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A path in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada fake HDR’ed from a single raw exposure then worked over in Topaz Adjust.
I used a Pentax K-X with the 18mm-55mm kit lens.
Criticism is encouraged here. I tend to learn more from my mistakes.
dark, path, perspective, balance, trees, branches, autumn, fall, fake hdr, hdr, pseudo hdr, nature
Hi Myron. As someone who ask for critiques on every post I make, yet seldom get any real observations or onions that I so desperately seek, I applaud you openness and eagerness for real feedback. I think you did a fine job here. It looks very natural in both color and contrast. One point I would like to make, and try to remember myself, is your perspective. So often I find myself standing and making a photo from my natural height. Slight laziness maybe. I would suggest maybe crouching down and using a higher f/stop maybe, to gain a more unique view. Just a thought. Cheers.
Very refreshing. It’s nice to here that a shot is appreciated but I want to know what you really think. Thank you for that and I will put your advise into action. Really. I will. I’m actually very excited about using your insight. You hit the nail on the head with the laziness. I just don’t get down into the dirt often enough. Thank you very much.
– Myron Watamaniuk
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