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Vaudreuil, Quebec, Canada, Canon 50d.Tripod, 3 Images -2, 0,+2 Tone mapped Photomatix
this is my first attempt at using Photomatix HDR processing, your comments would be great appreciated
sun burnt, wind battered and snow swept
russ, canada, canon, hdr, quebec, montreal, vaudreuil, rural, farm
I’m a chef by trade and a photographer by heart. I like Mountain Biking, Canon Gear, The Clash and Lemon Meringue Pie
Look at you! :) I love it!!
Cheers Lina :~} You’re the best…
– Russ Styles
I know :)))) Happy V-day :)
Same to you matey…HVD.
Lovely work Mr. Styles. Happy VTD as well!
Thank you Debra…Belated HVD to you too.
Nice! Did your camera do this in one take? I think HDR really shines with night time images. Wiki article
Hey Gazz..used Photomatix to combine 3 jpgs I shot at the scene and photomapped them
Thanks for the article…looks interesting.
This looks great Russ, I know nothing about HDR – but love the colours and composition here :)
Thanks Trish, appreciate your comments…I’ve seen some examples of HDR on here and thought that I’d like to give it a try..this is my first attempt.
Thanks for making it a fave…
Hey Mr S, As I have done very little HDR I don’t feel I’m qualified to comment on that part of your image. However I do like the subject & your POV, the contrast between the land, lower sky & the more vivid upper sky is fantastic. I would say that the sun coming through the clouds is a bit too bright & pulls the eye straight too it, thus detracting from the otherwise excellent photograph.
Point taken Nic…I’ll have to look into it and see if there’s anything I can do to dodge out that sun spot….may even go back and rework this image.Cheers,
Cheers Virginia, fantastic news.
another feature and well deserved, nic cocker is wrong about the sun, its not too bright , its beautiful, stunning, dont retouch it. love it , love u.
Thanks Ruth….appreciate your support and feed back…
Well done! Love it, a fave. Glad you didn’t punch it up to much! Just right for me. How many exposures? Congrats on feature Mate!
Cheers Manny…3 exposures + &- 2 each way…
..and appreciate that you have made it a fave….