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    My hotel room when I last went to Tasmania.

    Just showing what can be done with HDR. I did not use AEB here. I think there are 10 frames here in full manual mode with the help of a tripod.

    1. timothy valcke 80 months ago | reply

      a nice not overdone hdr
      good work :)

    2. {Lina} 80 months ago | reply

      Lovely shot!

    3. l.gallier 80 months ago | reply

      Extraordinary work!!! Looks so natural.

    4. REM (rembcc) 80 months ago | reply

      I like the close to natural look! I've been wanting to try this but I need to upgrade my old computer first

    5. mj.foto 80 months ago | reply

      That's one solid HDR! The exposure is technically perfect. Have you tried the new HDR Efex by Nik? I downloaded the trial version -- it seems to be very versatile and intuitive. You might want to give it a try. My last post was processed with it.

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    6. Bosso Baron 80 months ago | reply

      so neat processing. flawless pare. winner!!!

    7. Anto57 - 80 months ago | reply

      Eccellente HDR - Great HDR
      Ti invito a aggiungerlo al gruppo / Please post to the group HDR!

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    8. HonBless 80 months ago | reply

      Well done!!
      love the view!! :)

    9. idashum 80 months ago | reply

      Great processing! Would not have guessed HDR.
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    10. Eduardo G.L 80 months ago | reply

      Perfect shot!! Perfect example of what a wonderful tool hdr can be

    11. yajgraphics 80 months ago | reply

      ganda naman ng view mo. panalo.

    12. 1987porsche944 79 months ago | reply

      This is a great HDR photo! I love that you can see all the details both inside and outside the room! So much better than the really over processed and blindingly bright photos most people create with this method.

    13. flickr_roo 68 months ago | reply

      Cool photo. As stated above, some people just can't stop when processing an HDR image. I've searched all over the county where I live and I have yet to find the over-saturated, over-exposed landscapes that regularly turn up at my local camera club. Apparently, the locations of these bright, gaudy, religiously favoured (white halos) places are closely guarded secrets.

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