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Nikon D5000, wide angle converter, single exposure, hdr processed with nik hdr pro, cs6
industrial, factory, desolate, abandoned, decay, derelict, urban, urbex, grunge, hdr, doors, doorway, corridor, warehouse, mood, atmosphere, nikki smith, citizen
thank you! :)
I am liking this series. How do you find Nik HDR. I use Photomatix and just wondering what the comparison between them is like
Incredible….your eye is drawn all the way thru the image!
Thank you! Much appreciated :)
Wouldn’t know this was HDR unless mentioned – perfect for me, as I’m not a fan of obvious post-ed … beautifully processed and as Trish said, the eye is fabulously drawn through the entire image! :-))) Ell
Thank you. I like hdr photos more in the subtle form, so thats great. :)
Thank you for your reply. i have debated over weather I should take the plunge or just stay with what I have. I use Vivisa and Silver Efx Pro both by Nik software and like the fact you can do selective adjustments. I must admit I often do HDR from a single image in Photomatix. Just duplicate it a couple of times and the program asks what +/- you want to use.
Oh sorry my reply was misleading, what I mean is, the results with photomatix I always think work best if I do the 3 exposures in camera as opposed to duplicates, seem to get a far superior result. I think you get a more dramatic result with a single exposure in Nik hdr pro, maybe because of all the extra presets and being able to adjust things specifically. All in all probably not worth purchasing unless you’re mad about HDR images seeing as these things aren’t exactly cheap but Im quite a fan of the Nik efx software and so I was very curious to try out the hdr.
I love this dark atmosphere.
Thank you very much