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Me HDR tonemapped

By sawdust
Just playing with tone mapping selfi Any tips excepted thanks

Tags: Hdr Digitally manipulated Tone mapped

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User_Removed 15 32 United Kingdom
17 Aug 2015 10:00AM
I do like a bit of HDR. I wouldnt mind a bit of that beer you're hiding as well!!GrinWinkGrinWink

Jeff
Jocelia 9 2 1 Australia
17 Aug 2015 10:03AM
Ask Western Red he is into all that.....WinkWinkWink
dudler Plus
17 1.3k 1715 England
17 Aug 2015 12:11PM
It's really hard to critique something with a special effect like this... It is what it is, and if you like it, you've succeeded.

I'd have gone for a far more natural rendering myself, or for a very detailed black-and-white.

Compositionally, this is a picture where putting a subject in the centre works - this is you, enjoying your world. I might have corrected verticals a little, as everything looks a little tilted to the right.
banehawi Plus
16 2.3k 4169 Canada
17 Aug 2015 12:21PM
There are a lot of tutorials you can find on the web on HDR, from working with singkle exposures, to multiple exposures, so o=you have a lot to play around with.


The darker areas in the sky around the clouds are a give-away that something in the process is either overdone, or gone astray, so its worth experimenting a little more.

Heres a link to a site that features only HDR images: http://www.hdrspotting.com/site/popular
paulbroad 13 131 1289 United Kingdom
17 Aug 2015 10:07PM
I'm rarely a fan of outdoor HDR. This is so far wrong, it's right! It is obviously not natural and created as an effect image. You really do have to look and, as such, there has to be a degree of success.

Paul

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