HDR of Entrance to Casino

This is a discussion on HDR of Entrance to Casino within the IR & HDR Photography forums, part of the PHOTO GALLERIES category; Number 2 has to be my fav as well. Nice job on both.....


View Poll Results: Which one do you prefer?

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    3 16.67%
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    15 83.33%
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  1. #11
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    Number 2 has to be my fav as well. Nice job on both..
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    #2 here too...

    so to summarize the poll... 8 for #2... we have a winner!
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    someone has got to be different ... I actually like #1 the best. At least on my screen, the background is not visible. In the second the background seems to distract from the building. #1 seems a little cleaner to me. I also like the softer look of #1.

    Both are OUTSTANDING though. Great work.
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    someone has got to be different ... I actually like #1 the best. At least on my screen, the background is not visible. In the second the background seems to distract from the building. #1 seems a little cleaner to me. I also like the softer look of #1.

    Both are OUTSTANDING though. Great work.
    I couldn't decide between the two, but I will tell you this, I did darken the background a little bit in the first one, the sky was extremely noisy (between the falling snow and the long exposure) and once I started blurring and burning the sky, it looked unnatural until I finished the rest of the background, making it look more like a shallow depth of field Thanks for commenting everyone, and for voting! Wonder what it would look like if I combined the two of them...hmm, I'll have to give it a whirl and see!

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    I am so extremely late adding my opinion but I will anyway. I love 2! Did you ever try combining them??
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    I'm all for #1. The second one looks too overprocessed to me. I really like the shot also. You should talk to the casino and see if they want to buy it from you.

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    Thanks Effiemay and Neonortas! I would have loved to sell them this shot, but had a hard enough time getting it (security chased me down--which was funny since I could have easily outran him if I wanted), and if I'd like to take more pictures, I have to call the director or art/media over there and get permission LOL

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    that 1 degree from straight is distracting me :P
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    Yeah, well why don't you fix it then? MR. PHOTOSHOP

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    ahhhh just tilt your monitor
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