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Baslow Gateway 2

By Tony_W
A slightly different viewpoint of the scene posted yesterday.
This is my first proper attempt at HDR so any comments or criticisms welcome.
I've posted a second version which has been edited with non HDR methods.

Thank you for looking and please let me know what you think.
Tony

Tags: Peak district Derbyshire Hdr Digitally manipulated Baslow edge Landscape and travel

Voters: graceland, Angi_Wallace, skewey and 15 more


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mdiniz 12 2 Brazil
26 Aug 2008 8:04PM
I like the version one.
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kalseru Plus
9 3 9 England
26 Aug 2008 8:07PM
Nice composition and colours and you've done a good job with the tone mapping.. I actually prefer the non-HDR - I think tonemapping often squashes contrast too much resulting in the loss of natural shadows. Just my opinion.
Andy
CC 8 51 Wales
26 Aug 2008 8:20PM
Both versions have their good points, I think #2 is a little stronger for this image as it emphasises the diagonals. Great capture either way...
rowarrior 8 4.4k 9 Scotland
26 Aug 2008 8:21PM
I think I prefer version 2 too, sorry!
NEWMANP Plus
8 1.6k 574 United Kingdom
26 Aug 2008 9:04PM
V2 FOR ME. when conditions are as good as this with nice directional lighting, HDR seldom provides the same mood on a landscape. V1 is still very nice , your tone mapping is pretty good , the coposition has a lovely s shape running thro the image which always works well.
Phil
KevSB 12 1.5k 5 United Kingdom
26 Aug 2008 9:05PM
nice scene well taken. 1 for me, i like the softer feel
Tony_W 9 128 5
26 Aug 2008 9:13PM
No need to apologise Katy, I like version 2 better myself. I think the image has greater depth to it and a stronger, bolder feel.
I was really just trying out this new fangled HDR business with a couple of trial applications I'd downloaded.
Having spent a bob or two on ND grads etc I'm happy in the knowledge that HDR hasn't rendered them obsolete.
I think I'll have a bit more of an experiment but both feet still in the 'traditional' camp at the moment.
Thanks to all for the comments and votes, always appreciated.
Tony
shaz4 11 26 2 United Kingdom
26 Aug 2008 9:57PM
I like v1 for the detail its brought out but v2 for the depth of colour so if you chucked them in a pot and scrambled them up then you would have a stunning image...Smile (Not that there's anything wrong with this one.....Smile )
Sharon
rangerpaul 9 19 7 England
8 Sep 2008 8:01PM
To me the non HDR is the stronger shot. It's got more depth and colour to it. I'm sure HDR has its place but I don't think it can outscore a well taken, well exposed shot just yet!
Paul
MRSbiscuit60 8 224 United Kingdom
12 Sep 2008 9:35PM
I think V1 with the treatment looks less focused, so V2 for me. The colour looks better in V2 as well. Trish

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