Finally, Got one done.

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  1. #1

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    Here it is, looking out.

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    SUN DOG hdr baby. Nice subtle hdr good job. They aren't easy to start with huh!!!!
    Get OUT and SHOOT Y'ALL...........Sitting at the 'puter don't make better photos!!!!!!

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    This was about the most frustrating thing Ive done so far. Obviously, the point is to take a photograph that requires little or no PP, but HDR is completely different. Ill continue to try, but Ill stick to what I know best. I think it turned out alright for the first 'real' result.
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    Me too man it looks great nice simple clean lines and something you don't see everyday. Can't ask for anything more.

    The hdr thing is a good but you need to shoot for it for sure.

    Keep em coming don't give up!!!!
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    I find HDR works better with photos that are bit busier. I recently took a landscape shot with the snow here and I just couldn't do much with it as there wasn't enough stuff for the HDR to grab on to. It's definitely something you got to experiment with.
    KJS


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