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The Workshop

By Natzdad
Something completely new for me,I'm having a go at HDR,bit of a Marmite subject but I've taken the plunge and love it. I will be uploading more in the future as I learn more and find the most suitable subject ,at the moment anything goes....
Your comments and most of all your constructive criticism's will be most gratefully accepted and appreciated.....Mick

Tags: Architecture Hdr Specialist and abstract Digitally manipulated Workshop

Voters: Mike_Smith, CarolG, andylea and 8 more


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CarolG 12 199 20 Greece
26 May 2011 3:38PM
An interesting processing, works well. Carol

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DaveU 13 1.4k 125 England
26 May 2011 3:59PM
HDR and interiors are just made for each other, like Liz Taylor and Richard Burton or bacon and eggs.

I think that most people when they start off with HDR adopt a fairly heavy hand on the tone-mapping controls and end up with something way OTT for many people's taste. With time they usually become more restrained and go for a more natural looking result.

So this for me is over-processed but that said I like the saturated colours, the viewpoint and the bags of detail. I'd suggest maybe correcting the verticals using the image editing program of your choice as the uprights are all over the place at the minute.

Stick with HDR and enjoy yourself .... it's a wonderful technique.
JackieB 9 18 3 United Kingdom
26 May 2011 8:11PM

Quote:HDR and interiors are just made for each other, like Liz Taylor and Richard Burton or bacon and eggs.

I think that most people when they start off with HDR adopt a fairly heavy hand on the tone-mapping controls and end up with something way OTT for many people's taste. With time they usually become more restrained and go for a more natural looking result.

So this for me is over-processed but that said I like the saturated colours, the viewpoint and the bags of detail. I'd suggest maybe correcting the verticals using the image editing program of your choice as the uprights are all over the place at the minute.

Stick with HDR and enjoy yourself .... it's a wonderful technique.[/quote

Well said DaveU, for me it needs desaturating but HDR is very addictive and, if you're like me, you will be striving to improve with every attempt

Ray42 11 3 England
27 May 2011 9:52AM
A great result - agree with the comments above

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