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    a LITTLE BIT OF hdr

    Awful weather yesterday but tried a little bit of HDR.
    Monolithos Castle on Rhodes.
    Used by the Knights of St John.
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    Re: a LITTLE BIT OF hdr

    I think they are superb.

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    Russell great shots. How many frames for each HDR? You may want to set a black point for these to up the contrast a bit. I took this one added the "Jiro Effect" and set the Black point, for Reference:

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    Ryo

    Clouds browned some... from adding more vibrancy and saturation.

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    Re: a LITTLE BIT OF hdr

    The HDR on those shots, Russell, isn't noticeable - just the way I like it.

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    Re: a LITTLE BIT OF hdr

    Thank you for the comments.
    Ryo, all where 7 shots and all hand held (I no but I left the tripod in the car)
    Do not like over the top HDR so did very little really.
    Again thanks for comments

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    Re: a LITTLE BIT OF hdr

    Same here. I dont like HDR where the colors are changed so much they seem, to be unreal. Good work russelsnr.

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