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This is a discussion on Cedar Creek within the Critiques forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; Well, I've been busy practising my HDR while I am staying at my parents house in Brisbane. Here's a few ...

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    Well, I've been busy practising my HDR while I am staying at my parents house in Brisbane. Here's a few HDRs taken yesterday morning with MA. Any thoughts?


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    Image #3 (My favourite out of these)




    What do you think?

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    Very nice! I especially like the top one! You are going to give M.A. a real run for his money, girl!

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    well first let me get my jaw up off of the floor.

    These are stunning! All three feel very 'organic' to me.

    I love them.
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    I'm hungry, I think I'd like a slice of pizza. Oh... you meant the photos. Artistically and technically, I prefer #3; I think though it would be an even stronger image if composed so that the three was "moved" just far enough to the right to allow the viewer to see the RH bank of the stream.

    I like the effect in #2 - it's an interesting image, and if you crop the top stream bank out, you get a very 'out-of-this-world' image. Not sure what it is, but there's something in #1 which bothers my eye; I think it's the fact that I'm having difficulty discerning detail in the leaves.

    Still, I'd say you've got the HDR thing under control!

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    Thanks everyone

    Quote Originally Posted by raiven View Post
    Very nice! I especially like the top one! You are going to give M.A. a real run for his money, girl!
    I'm hoping so!


    Quote Originally Posted by Bambi View Post
    well first let me get my jaw up off of the floor.
    Haha! Come on...they aren't THAT good... Are they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bambi View Post


    well first let me get my jaw up off of the floor.

    These are stunning! All three feel very 'organic' to me.

    I love them.
    What did I tell you? Her camera and lens are the exact equivalent of your new Nikon, except hers is about 3 years old now. Her eyes saw things mine didn't and she took the time to get a few good ones instead loads of average ones like I did.
    Some of the best photos I've ever seen are from camera's like this.

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    *cheers*

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    Wonderful, Chantelle! You are doing your daddy proud for sure!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chantelle View Post
    Well, I've been busy practising my HDR while I am staying at my parents house in Brisbane. Here's a few HDRs taken yesterday morning with MA. Any thoughts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chantelle View Post
    Thanks everyone



    Haha! Come on...they aren't THAT good... Are they?
    to me they are. Of course I look out at the bare trees and cold landscape and then see these shots and I just want to hop on a plane! For me they are stunning. so there :P
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