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A Cinematic Expirience by Alexander Kesselaar

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Music: Star Wars – Soundtrack

This is a simple case of “Oh lets see if that is going to work out”. 5 exposures at 2EV difference. HDR Tone Mapping in Photomatix. No Photoshop. I thought the flare might come up nice after processing, but I never imagined it to be like this. I hope you like it.

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  • Whirligig
    Whirligigover 7 years ago

    Absolutely fantastic! There’s just no words to describe this effectively……………JUST LOVE IT!

  • helene
    heleneover 7 years ago

    Wow – this is amazing!

  • Jessica King
    Jessica Kingover 7 years ago

    Oh!! I don’t understand it at all…but I like it!

  • MiMiDesigns
    MiMiDesignsover 7 years ago

    Weird and wonderful.

  • Cliff Vestergaard
    Cliff Vestergaardover 7 years ago

    Cool super COOL !

  • Pilgrim
    Pilgrimover 7 years ago

    You have just got to love this, I mean really love this.

  • Sleek Images
    Sleek Imagesover 7 years ago

    That’s pretty amazing, but I can’t seem to link it to the comments you made in your description… This looks more like a drawing than a photo…
    Any clues as to how you achieved this ? Pretty please?

  • Jennifer Heseltine
    Jennifer Hesel...over 7 years ago

    Wow, I love this, its very cool.

  • kookylane
    kookylaneover 7 years ago
    WOW indeed!!!!! super cool image, yes how???
  • Christiaan
    Christiaanover 7 years ago

    I thought this was a bit of an overdone hdr when I saw it at first, but now that Ive taken a second look at it, its actually nice, especially if the flare is only from the sun and the tonemapping brought it out so strongly. In this case the surreality of the clouds with their shadows in the sky looks cool. I usually dont like dark HDRs, but the colours in this one came out enough to balance the black.

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