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Blackdown View

By Beckyphotos  
The view from Blackdown in Haslmere yesterday afternoon. This is the first time I've used the 'Photomatix High Dynamic Range' software I was given for Christmas.

I had real problems with dust showing in the sky originally which is really annoying as I'm not very good at re-touching images.

Please feel free to critique this as much as you like!

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: MichaelBHanney, User_Removed, stanleyj and 12 more


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Graysters 10 15
9 Jan 2010 11:04PM
Lovely pic, nice work.
Graham

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Pegon Plus
10 78 1 England
9 Jan 2010 11:24PM
Lovely light, an excellent capture.
Pete.
Superb shot . Should be a smoothness slider etc to soften the sky
Gareth
alfpics Plus
14 360 England
10 Jan 2010 12:10AM
Great view - you've caught the sun without it totally burning out - was that down to the new software?
Andy
Beckyphotos 8 24 1 United Kingdom
10 Jan 2010 12:18AM
The unedited versions don't look too bad - half and half I think!
Paul_T Plus
7 6 1 United Kingdom
20 Jan 2010 8:00PM
If I could offer critique here I would, but it's so good I can't! I have used the Photomatix software you mentioned, but found it a bit too OTT. That said, you've used it superbly here as I think subtle is the key word when it comes to using HDR. I love the composition and lighting here, but if I had to offer critique, I would maybe suggest upping the saturation a fraction, if anything. That said, I do tend to go a bit OTT with saturation myself, so maybe it doesn't need it!

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