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  • Food for the Ducks

    Plenty of duck tucker at the lake this season, flowing among the paper bark trees. 5 bracketed shots HDR
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    Courage: Is knowing it's going to hurt, and doing it anyway. Stupidity: Is the same

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    Don't mind that, it shows a lot of detail. If I see it's HDR I am turned off. This looks ok I think the tree in the lft foreground may be a little flat but it isn't supposed to be the center of attention.
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      Nice shot Isac. HDR is a really great tool to use, I use it pretty frequently. You also did well to avoid deep frying the photo with excessive tone mapping.
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        Originally posted by HansE View Post
        Don't mind that, it shows a lot of detail. If I see it's HDR I am turned off. This looks ok I think the tree in the lft foreground may be a little flat but it isn't supposed to be the center of attention..
        Thanks Hans. I like to do my HDR without over cooking them so I think I hit a good balance with this one.

        Originally posted by David_MC View Post
        Nice shot Isac. HDR is a really great tool to use, I use it pretty frequently. You also did well to avoid deep frying the photo with excessive tone mapping.
        Thank you David. I take 5 bracketed shots 2 stops apart when there are too many lighting issues to deal with. I have it set in C1 (7Dii like yours) on my dial and then do the HDR later. It works for this type of image and I'm like you, I dislike the "deep fried" look.
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