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    Posted: 10 June 2021 at 22:29
A fine exercise in HDR, Paul!

#4 is a quite extraordinary image - I like the decision for the bluish monochrome (or is this a color shot?).
But on top of my favorites' list are #5 and #6 (a shame that we cannot view #6 in a larger version - even on Flickr it is really smallish). I like the otherworldly sky in #5 very much - as I like that marvelous color contrast in #6!

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#4 has a very good composition. I'd leave it as is.
Respect. Observe. Capture. Enjoy.
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Glad you like 4 - interesting, 4 and 5 are the ones I spent forever trying different crops LOL. Thanks!
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Post Options Post Options   Quote MichelvA Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 June 2021 at 06:20
While the whole series is very good, i think #4 and 5 really stand out. Maybe i'd crop a slice of the left building, not sure. TFS Paul .
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Inspired by the Photo 150 people who are digging into their archives, I have started doing the same. Turns out I have unprocessed photos littering everywhere ...
These 4 are from Florida, year 2010

1 practice for B&W challenge next week

The lens was the Wide Beercan 28-85 at 28mm a300

2 (not) Lone Tree Moon

Shay rovhazman has been holding the Lone Tree thread, I really don't have any "completely lone" so this is "processed lone"
The location is the same area as RudiA posted a month ago Yent Bayou, very photogenic, I think RogerRex has been by also
The lens was the Not Beercan 70-210 RS at 210mm f5.6

3 now gone

obliterated by Hurricane Michael year 2018, picture from year 2010
18-70 at 35mm 10sec a300

4 Beach Fog, Beach Run

split toned

Bonus:
overcooked HDR with Panasonic FZ1000 bridge camera
Other people have been using multi-shot hdr, and I have been using it also, to squeeze out extra dynamic range since we still don't have sensors which have highlight roll-off like film.
These are 5-shot brackets combined with Nik HDRefx.

I have been dragging other cameras around for years, rx100ii, then when I bounced that off the sidewalk (more than once LOL) I replaced it with Panasonic (same sensor as rx100ii, ironically I didn't know it at the time). I wonder if opening up the rules for more posting by other cameras would increase participation? I have been doing a lot of lurking and not posting, since many of my photos are with non-dyxum cameras.

Sunday's sunset from the roof

5 orange ConEd tower and stacks


6 orange and haze

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