Don't take your dog to do HDR

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    I'm laying on the ice with it melting into my coveralls. I have everything set up to try an HDR with 3 exposures, one of my first true experiments with a DSLR that can do it.

    and

    and I press the shutter with a 2 second delay...

    and get this...



    I really thought it was quite funny so I had to keep it and process it.
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    Yes Joe, he really pulled it off, he looks somewhat like a ghost!
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    That problem can easily be fixed.
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    Neat picture, but maybe you shouldn't give him so much coffee.

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    I agree, it turned out perfect.
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    Remembering the rule of thirds, maybe a little more crop on top and right. Maybe a little more green saturation to bring out the moss color. Oh, and the most important part, get your shotgun ready because I think that beagle is on to a rabbit scent. Just kidding of course. Thanks for posting this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bynx View Post
    That problem can easily be fixed.
    A quiet word of *Morris, get outta here* did the trick. I'd much rather have his company than not!


    Quote Originally Posted by rdtagman View Post
    Remembering the rule of thirds, maybe a little more crop on top and right. Maybe a little more green saturation to bring out the moss color. Oh, and the most important part, get your shotgun ready because I think that beagle is on to a rabbit scent. Just kidding of course. Thanks for posting this one.

    You are welcome... it was all for fun! The second one I did really did turn out just like I planned. The snow pattern and the rock pattern was quite striking overall.
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    really impressive Val. love the look. i'm not a fan of HDR. it's always so fake looking. but this is great. nice work.



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