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  Mini#19 HDR
Entry 6 of 17
   
 
Old cottage       ©2009 Old Finn
Panasonic DMC-FZ20       6th place, 92 points
1/125s, f7.3, ISO 100, 36mm, Manual, Spot, no flash
 
Post-Processing: None entered       Extra Info: None
 
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Old Finn
May 26, 2009
    Thank you all for the nice comments!

Jade O.
May 26, 2009
    I thought this would go higher; I'm still impressed with the artistic quality of the image and thanks for the detailed info on the PP. I really want to see if I can replicate the technique. Your image is in the style of some great artists.

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dodrizzt
May 25, 2009
    Mmmm... colours are a too washed for my taste, I'd increase contrast and/or saturation a bit to get more "pop".
But the pic is a nice example of a subject that calls for HDR, so finally will be in my TT, good luck!

slieb25
May 25, 2009
    These type of shots are nearly impossible with HDR, the inside outside look. Looks a little oversharpened to me, but otherwise very nice.

mrsawyer
May 24, 2009
    I'm new to the idea of HDR and did not enter an entry because I didn't have time to figure out the process. It looks like noise was a major problem in producing this shot. I love the framing and the subject you chose too. I hope you (and others) will post your original photos in the forum when the voting ends. You've got my vote. Good luck!

rafinmelb
May 23, 2009
    A beautiful scene handled very well. The balance of lighting is prefect the composition equally good. To very minor quibbles; firstly the interior looks like there is a little noise, and secondly the exterior looks a little over sharpened. To my eye of course. Neither of these small tings will prevent this being high in my favorites

Old Finn
May 22, 2009
    Thanks Jade O. and LaRee
As simplified a bit:Used a tripod, focused to the interior, used F7.3, 1/2 - 1/125sec, took several pics and used three of them. PSP X2 HDR program, barrel distortion and perspective correction programs, cropped a bit, selected the interior, adjusted histogram, cloned off the fire extinguisher and distracting reflections of the lens shield, selected the exterior, histogram, deselected, used clarifying tool and usm, enhanced saturation, resized, sharpened.

LaRee
May 21, 2009
    Did your camera make an hdr in camera? You didn't list any post processing. I'm wondering how you got all that detail in the interior and not blow out outside the door without some type of pp. I like what you've achieved here. I would love to know more about how you did it.

Jade O.
May 21, 2009
    My No. 2. The door, the light, the texture of the outside roof, floor, dirt, wall. A photographic style worthy of Ken Danby, Alex Colville, Christopher Pratt (if not quite so "pure" or sterile - ie. a little more cluttered). (A Small Sample: http://photorealism101.blogspot.com/)
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