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January 19, 2013
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I thought I would share my first attemp of blending a HDR photo with post processing in photoshop. Basicly what it takes is having some form of the software ( I am currently using the try and see Adobe plan), and I have a licensed copy of Photomatrix for the HDR processing. I work at the pallet while watching a lot of YouTube video.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/n…..hotostream

January 20, 2013
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slalonde
Great first posting. You have turned an ordinary shot into something
resembling artwork.
Hope you keep working on the HDR – but don’t forget the real world
either lol.
Dale Smile

January 20, 2013
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I dont know ……
Make this image to a HDR ? I dont think HDR does anyting to the image at all..
The background is … ? someting is wrong.
Sorry slalonde, but i think the image whould be better without the HDR effect.

Sorry to tell you this in your first post.
Welcome to the forum my friend. :)

January 20, 2013
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Two posts with two opinions. That is what a forum should be.
I like HDR – as long as it stays within certain boundaries and
Madman would like to see the image unaltered.
Hope you keep updating us with new posts.
Dale.

January 20, 2013
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nikonguy said

Two posts with two opinions. That is what a forum should be.
I like HDR – as long as it stays within certain boundaries and
Madman would like to see the image unaltered.
Hope you keep updating us with new posts.
Dale.

I allso like HDR, but it can not be used everywhere. Some fotos are good for HDR and some not.. My opinion..
And you must not stop posting HDR. Every foto is somebodys art.

January 20, 2013
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Hi Slalonde, welcome to the forum. I like HDR myself, the thing that looks a bit odd for me in your image is, the shadow behind the flowers suggests that flash might have been used or some other source of hard light. I think HDR works best with available light.
I like to do 32 bit HDR in photoshop cs6, it is basically like creating a raw file on steroids without the look of hdr that most people don’t like.

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These are the three Jpeg’s of the photo’s (for the actual post processing I used the RAW files)I used in creating the flowers HDR.Dsc05368sm.jpgDsc05366sm.jpgDsc05367sm.jpg

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