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Discussion in 'The Gallery' started by manic311, Sep 16, 2008.

  1. manic311

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    Hey, just going through some pictures I took down south a few weeks back and found a really crappy picture which was really really underexposed, so I thought I would play around with it and loaded it up in "Dynamic-Photo HDR" and it came out awesomely! I might even buy this program, I love it!

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  2. shift6

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    To be honest i opened up and was gobsmacked by the spectacular looking sky...then I scrolled down and saw the rest of the image:lol:.

    I think your sky looks better than anything else in the photo, nice pic though, the view from your vantage must be pretty damn awesome:thumbup:.
     
  3. oculi

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    looks great!
     
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    Good photo.

    But can I suggest you put a smaller version up so it fits on one screen without having to scroll. Link to a big one if you feel it a good idea.
     
  5. Lukey

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    The sky is cool I guess, but everything else looks terrible tbh. There's just nod etail in anything. Dunno if it's JPEG compression or what, but the trees just look like a glob of green?
     
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    broccoli maybe?
     
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    LOL, yup I agree. I was on a lower setting jpeg I think. You should see the original...
     
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    crop the bottom 1/3 and keep the sky/horizon :)
     
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    Crop it so you just have the sky. Not trying to be cruel, I just think it would pop the most.
     
  10. J.J.

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    I definately agree with all the above posters. That sky is simply amazing!
     
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    should be able to do something similar with adjustment layers and playing with exposure settings, photoshop grad filter etc:p but the sky is pretty damn yummy.

    Wish the sky wasn't hazy here atm, can barely see 10km:(
     
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    Thank you all for help! I cropped them now.
     
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    The last one does it for me. I'd love it in a real big panorama! And the broccoli had detail, there was just so much detail it caused mild seizures :p
     
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    Is that Albany, W.A out of interest?

    PS. Nice skies! :)
     
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    Yup :thumbup: How'd you know lol?
     
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    Last pic is amazing!

    Would you be able to make me a 3360x1050 version for my dual 22" lcds???
     
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    No sorry, that's too big! :eek:
     
  18. J.J.

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    *Slaps head*

    I wes born there, lived there till I was 20... (moved 9 years ago to Perth)

    Totally didn't recognise the place...

    *Slaps head again*
     
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    I was thinking you'd ask that especially given i'm in Melbourne!
    I had a work trip for Albany last year and recognised Mt Melville on the left of frame, and then the harbour was the right shape, and then i noticed my favourite spot in all of Albany was dead centre of the frame! Goode beach, especially the northern most end with the little island is absolutely spectacular when the sun it shining!

    :)

    Nice vantage point you found by the way! I couldn't for the life of me think where you would've been to get a shot like that.
     

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