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- Tue Apr 24, 2018 5:18 pm
- Forum: Photography Discussion
- Topic: HDR_ how many exposures do you need?
- Replies: 2
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I am thinking that we have a couple of factors. First is the idea that capturing the maximum Raw detail available is important (for our sensors, getting the maximum dynamic range). But second, turning the information available into the best image possible. The second (I think) is more critical (thou...
DEMON HUMMINGBIRDS! RUN! RUNNNN!!! Okay, nuff'a that. I liked the first one fine, and do not find it at all overworked as to my eye it looks very much like a painting rather than a photograph, and that's why I think it works wonderfully. It could be an Audubon color plate. I find the various rework...
Always just an opinion Piet, but I like the warmth on the hummer in the original...you've lost that with the second, maybe mask the hummer back out. Always dependent on subject, but textureI I find hard to get right without distracting from subject....here just a hint should suffice as any more dis...
- Tue Apr 24, 2018 12:42 am
- Forum: Flowers & Plants Critique
- Topic: Wild flower 2 Ways
- Replies: 9
- Views: 45
much better than me, I don't know how many images I have worked on this last week!!!
- Tue Apr 24, 2018 12:19 am
- Forum: People Critique
- Topic: Street photo around Yale campus
- Replies: 8
- Views: 30
it works for me, the light on the flagstone is wonderful (though for spooky, a smaller patch of it might serve).. The bright shirt is a nice counterpoint to the medieval stonework. This would be a cool place to see in another 400 years, after the flagstone and steps gets so that it doesn't look so c...
like the B/W, really like the background on the second, but don't like the green of the flower itself - just a personal dislike of that particular color. But the reds and yellows and orange on the background work well with it.