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After long time (HDR Photo)
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January 26, 2013
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please guys do comments good or bad all welcome ……….SmileSDP_tree.jpg

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January 26, 2013
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It`s over the top. A lot of Purple halos all over the trees.
Sorry this is not good.. HDR is difficult to do right, so try again.

January 26, 2013
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I agree there is chromatic aberration on the tree branches, and that is something I always try to remove from my pictures in pos-production…and is something we should avoid…that’s why there are more expensive lenses that remove it already in the capture with more wider appertures. Well but there are some type of photography that explore the chromatic aberration, and all those magentas and green stuff arround the objects, like the LOMOgraphy. In this case presented, an HDR, I have not mastered the technique so…I only can tell you if I like or not the image…so…I like the sky and the effect on the sun, there should be more blacks in the shadow areas, more contrast in the ground (I’m seeing this photo in a laptop so the monitor sucks and I could be wrong in what concerns contrast because this monitor is not calibrated)…. and maybe the tree should be darker (less exposed) as well. Hope it helps.

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