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    Fountain in Hyde Park

    A hand-held 3 shot HDR photo of a fountain in Hyde Park, Sydney, Australia.
    Fountain in Hyde Park

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    Re: Fountain in Hyde Park

    I like it Donald - really well done - will have to try something similar myself next time im in the City - wish my hand was that steady - I would definitely need a tripod, cheers

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    Re: Fountain in Hyde Park

    Hi Donald. Like your composition. Colors seem a bit hyped; especially greens. I don't know if this was your intention.

    Karm

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    Re: Fountain in Hyde Park

    Hi Donald,

    Maybe if the camera was mounted on a tripod it would have worked better. The image seems to be blurred.

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    Re: Fountain in Hyde Park

    I haven't tried HDR photography yet, but I'm curious to know if it's needed for this scene. Is the dynamic range of brightest to darkest in this scene greater than that of the camera? If not, then HDR becomes a different form of PP, right?

    Tony
    Last edited by Tony M; 13th April 2013 at 03:19 PM.

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    Re: Fountain in Hyde Park

    Quote Originally Posted by Tony M View Post
    I haven't tried HDR photography yet, but I'm curious to know if it's needed for this scene. Is the dynamic range of brightest to darkest in this scene greater than that of the camera? If not, then HDR becomes a different form of PP, right?
    That's about as good a summation of the matter as I've read.

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    Re: Fountain in Hyde Park

    HDR may have not been needed, but I like to try it in all situations to learn where it is best applied.

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