The living skyline

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    My first go at HDR in a while. I'm still not sure if I can appreciate post HDR.

    Bob Cox Photography, elkue, Raoul Pop, and 80 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. neilcreek 71 months ago | reply

      I have used your photo in my blog post 10 things I hate about Flickr (and its users) as an example of HDR done right.

      Thank you for making your photo available under the Creative Commons lisense.

    2. d2s 71 months ago | reply

      Great work, I like how you have done things in this one to get balanced light and colours.

    3. Boris Taratutin 71 months ago | reply

      wonderful work - you've done a great work here, and the HDR looks very natural and life-like. awesome!

    4. andrewjinulee.com 71 months ago | reply

      for once, i looked at this photo and didn't think, "heres another"

    5. Bessanutz 70 months ago | reply

      for your first attempt at HDR you did it right, not too much just enough too capture all the dynamic range of the scene. cheers to you !

    6. moophisto 69 months ago | reply

      really awesome hdr

    7. Harri E. Palin 65 months ago | reply

      Good HDR is usually invisible just like in this. Subtlety is your friend.

    8. sıɐԀ ɹǝıʌɐſ 65 months ago | reply

      I love the way you've created this HDR. Congratulations!

    9. Daedalus- 64 months ago | reply

      Wow, that's superb. I love how the sunlight behind the buildings bleeds around them.

      The colour in the water and sky is also really something. All in all a brillaint photo.

    10. mak1e 63 months ago | reply

      I don't know but sometimes this picture just made me feel alone and lonely. ☺ ofcourse great work on capturing the moment!

    11. star.xi 59 months ago | reply

      Lovely light in the clouds. And the reflection too!

    12. [ S H A M S ] 52 months ago | reply

      That is a right way of going about an HDR. Not too much not too little. Just right.
      I love the reflections on the water and the golden shine that the water has.
      Really cool.
      Thanks for sharing!

    13. ~ Kevin McGrew ~ 50 months ago | reply

      Kenny - don't know if you saw this but this pic was featured in Lightstalking article on City Skylines....http://www.lightstalking.com/21-stunning-city-skylines
      Kevin

    14. tpholmes 47 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Your Canada, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    15. ϟ ѕαƒє тσ вяєαтнє ϟ 45 months ago | reply

      i love it! i like how it looks so detailed and i also like the colors.

    16. Cliff_R (Thomas Richter) 38 months ago | reply

      Beautiful shot...
      Really GREAT !!

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    18. Adriano_of_Adelaide 15 months ago | reply

      Well done with the HDR (I was directed to this photo on a webpage that calls it 'HDR done right'). You can really see that nice detail in the buildings, along with the sky.

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