My kind of HDR

LoneRider

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Oct 4, 2011
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Interesting discussion. And I've got no problem with people not liking what I do. Some of it maybe over processed. But honestly, 98% of the landscapes/cityscapes and so on are breacketed and HDR'd.

Here is my over the top HDR's. I can't find a few others from the past. Hmmm, got some smugmugging to do

 

YuengLinger

EOS 5D MK IV
Dec 20, 2012
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LoneRider said:
Interesting discussion. And I've got no problem with people not liking what I do. Some of it maybe over processed. But honestly, 98% of the landscapes/cityscapes and so on are breacketed and HDR'd.

Here is my over the top HDR's. I can't find a few others from the past. Hmmm, got some smugmugging to do

I like the truck, but having those overcooked bricks all around it hurts my eyes. Did you try reducing the effect on all but the truck, just for grins and giggles?
 

LoneRider

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Oct 4, 2011
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Great state of Texas
YuengLinger said:
I like the truck, but having those overcooked bricks all around it hurts my eyes. Did you try reducing the effect on all but the truck, just for grins and giggles?
That is an idea. I've got better tools, on of these days I might have to try reprocessing. Those exposures were taken by the 50D several years ago.

hmmmmmm. Too much other stuff to do first though.

Thanks for the idea!
 

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I post too Much on Here!!
Jul 29, 2012
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bwud said:
Here's a rare one of mine. I think it's two frames, approximately 2-stops apart, but I don't remember exactly.

Shot at dawn facing east.
Very nice shot. Well done.
 
LoneRider said:
Interesting discussion. And I've got no problem with people not liking what I do. Some of it maybe over processed. But honestly, 98% of the landscapes/cityscapes and so on are breacketed and HDR'd.

Here is my over the top HDR's. I can't find a few others from the past. Hmmm, got some smugmugging to do

Nice one..OTT sometimes is what the scene calls for...But then again OTT is in the eye of the beholder..