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Great !Enjoy your week...Pierre
HDR is pretty Cool. You get out as much detail as possible. I think it's a great picture. Have a nice day!
It's fun playing with HDR, the hard part is to make it look natural, so you don't even have to say it is an HDR. Tried it sometimes, but it allways gets out of hands... Still learning. Nice capture! The sky is burning!
Beautiful final image. Great work.. thanks for sharing this!
Nice work Deno. Out of interest how any stops over and under were you going with these shots.ShaunValleys ShutterBug
Thanks Shaun. I used -2, 0, +2 exposures. That's what I use 90% of the time.
The result is nice, can't believe it comes from these 3 pictures, it looks so much better :)
Amazing edit. Love it. I'm just starting with HDR, LOTS to learn. I saw your recommendation on Trey Ratcliff, I'm considering buying the 11 hour tutorial, since I've discovered that HDR isn't that easy. I'm having trouble with too much noise in my final edits - among other troubles... :-)Great blog, glad to become a follower!
It's usually hard for me to get into things like that, but it was a very interesting tutorial. He goes over a lot more than HDR also. I've been using Photoshop for years and I still learned a few tricks. There's a lot of general photography in there also. He goes over composition, work flow, equipment, etc.