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    A walk in the park

    Hey all,

    I went out for a walk near George Washington Bridge yesterday. I also just bought photomatix so I have been playing around with it. The first two shots are exposure fusion. I cant decide which works better. The last shot is an hdr.

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    A walk in the park

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    A walk in the park

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    A walk in the park


    CC welcome,

    Jason

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    Re: A walk in the park

    Jason, I'll skip commenting on the first two - not my taste I'm afraid.

    #3 is great - I like your crop at the top edge, but when you click it full size in the Lytebox, you can (because it so huge), find at least one, if not 2 or more, crops that also work by emphasising different parts of the structure.

    Like the conversion too.

    Cheers,

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    Re: A walk in the park

    Hi Jason,

    I can't make out what some of the elements of the first two photos are, and assume they're some kind of abstract image. They're interesting, but my tastes are more like Dave's because I like the third one most. The HDR treatment is done well and it's an interesting perspective. An interesting crop would be to remove the bottom part so that the bridge seemed to disappear into the horizon.

    Tony

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    Re: A walk in the park

    Tony, the first two images are a reflection of the bridge in a puddle. The area at the bottom is the road on the other side of the puddle. Maybe if I process them differently it will be more obvious. Everyone I have shown the photo seems to think its snowing so it may be a fault on my end.

    -jason

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