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    You'll need a dry towel and hot cup of soup after this one...

    Re-edit of an old file... Hope you enjoy and thanks for viewing.

    http://ericmcferrin.smugmug.com/Tran...fjF8&lb=1&s=XL

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    Re: You'll need a dry towel and hot cup of soup after this one...

    Love the photo, the colors are great and it makes you feel like you are actually in the rain!! Good job!

    Kathy

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    Re: You'll need a dry towel and hot cup of soup after this one...

    Quote Originally Posted by Kathy O View Post
    Love the photo, the colors are great and it makes you feel like you are actually in the rain!! Good job!

    Kathy
    Thanks Kathy. TThe image is the product of trying out some new software. Check it out... http://www.machineryhdr.com/effects2/instruction_e.php

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    Re: You'll need a dry towel and hot cup of soup after this one...

    Eric… how is that software compared to the other stuff like photomatrix or Efix pro?

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    Re: You'll need a dry towel and hot cup of soup after this one...

    Quote Originally Posted by Harpo View Post
    Eric… how is that software compared to the other stuff like photomatrix or Efix pro?
    Mike,

    So far I am really enjoying the software. The only thing I have to compare it with is Dynamic Photo HDR. Machinery 2 is much nicer, IMHO. All I have done at this point is tonemap files, no multi exposure merges. The prests are nice and the user interface is pretty intuitive. Give the trial version a run and see what you think.

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