HDR Land of the Fluffy White Cloud (Photo Friday)

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Shot yesterday with 3 exposure -1,0,+1 Handheld. Processed in Photomatix and Photoshop.

For some reason we dont get many cloud formations like this in Dunedin (its usually pretty overcast or completely blue). I quite liked the angle of the bench too

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  1. Freelance Professional Photographer 40 months ago | reply

    Awesome sky. Great prespective.

  2. Aggon 40 months ago | reply

    Great work!!!

  3. amber654 40 months ago | reply

    Excellent shot...the sky is sooooo dramatic!!

  4. ivor miller 40 months ago | reply

    wow, thats a beauty

  5. safran83 40 months ago | reply

    fantastic work !!

  6. LingAloy 40 months ago | reply

    Wow good job with the HDR, loveeee the clouds :D

  7. vjayc_2525 40 months ago | reply

    Great work. I really like HDR, I see you have it down pat.

    I see your using Photomatix, I have that and Nik HDR Pro and find that Nik gives me more flexibility. Although Photomatix is great and I still use it.

  8. Pommedan (DG Images) 40 months ago | reply

    Thanks

    @Vjayc - i also have Nik HDR Pro but have yet to post a shot where ive used it. Just seems a bit slow. ill try and get some HDR's off in the new year with it :-)

  9. MikeDimages 40 months ago | reply

    Very nice shot!

  10. artland 40 months ago | reply

    Congratulations!
    This is a wonderful shot!
    You are invited to post it to:


    artland

  11. Hera88 40 months ago | reply

    Stunning!

  12. <SIsU> 40 months ago | reply

    fantastica

  13. micheldf 40 months ago | reply

    nice photo!how s the fz-35? :) i would like to buy it but firs i m getting some feedbacks :D

  14. Pommedan (DG Images) 40 months ago | reply

    @

    Thanks. Its a good camera, and is ideal as a starter into the world of dslr without all the expense and bulk of carrying around lenses etc. Obviously it has its limitations, but would still be a good camera to buy and if you do upgrade to a dslr, keep hold of the fz if you can, as its very handy for those spur of the moment shots. You can probably find out much more from our FZ Group here: www.flickr.com/groups/fz35/

    Check in the discussion threads

  15. micheldf 39 months ago | reply


    i have my fz 35-38 now :) just uploaded the first photo..more to come soon!

  16. Pommedan (DG Images) 37 months ago | reply

    Thanks for all the votes in the 'Breathtaking' photo friday competition! :-)
    www.photofriday.com/archives/noteworthy/001060.php
    'The View' entry.

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