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  1. #8521
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    Quote Originally Posted by n9nf View Post
    another PP of HDR taken by the beach.



    click here for a bigger image.
    nice pic, but the problem with trees is that they move...all the time. So taking 3 bracketed shots means there is severe ghosting which can ruin the shot IMO. I hardly every have trees in HDR anymore unless they are far away enough to not matter.
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  2. #8522
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    Quote Originally Posted by N.C.F. View Post
    Taken today out on the farm.

    THAT is beautiful and tranquil..i could sit there for hours (if it isnt cold!).

    lovely
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  3. #8523
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    Quote Originally Posted by faisal View Post
    n9nf....Lovely shot...though I feel I wider shot would do more justice to the scenery...
    Thanks Faisal ... I was actual leaning against steps just like that one on the pic.
    Focal length used - 18mm. Can't go wider since im using 18-200mm ...


    Quote Originally Posted by herc182 View Post
    nice pic, but the problem with trees is that they move...all the time. So taking 3 bracketed shots means there is severe ghosting which can ruin the shot IMO.
    jeez herc. Didn't think of that one there.
    Nikon D80 wif kit 18-135mm, 50mm F1.8, 18-200mm VR, Tamron 17-50mm F2.8

  4. #8524
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    Well since im still here, might as well post another pix. And as promised to Visual Reality, this pic was taken using Tamron 17-55mm F2.8.
    Shown here was the icon of KL, The Petronas Twin Tower. No PP. Just image size. And as per norm, C&C are welcome.
    And no HDR for this one ...

    Nikon D80 wif kit 18-135mm, 50mm F1.8, 18-200mm VR, Tamron 17-50mm F2.8

  5. #8525
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  6. #8526
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    That's neat.

    now to all those people who say that their D40 restricts their efforts I say look at ANP !!!'s work.

  7. #8527
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    Thanks KIWI .

    D40 doesn't at all restrict my work, in fact I think I don't even use the full potential of it.
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  8. #8528
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    thats a fantastic shot ANP. i think you could brighten it up a tad though, looks a little underexposed.
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  9. #8529
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    N.C.F - love your tranquil scene 'Taken today out on the farm.'
    I too could sit and stare at that for ages!!

    n9nt - this is a lovely sharp evening/night shot - colour and exposure are
    spot on - well done! (with a little help from yer camera and lens!)
    Last edited by Geoff Chandler; 01-09-2009 at 03:17 PM.
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  10. #8530
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    I guess it's redundant to say it since veryone else has ladled out the praise. But..

    I loved your eagle Andrew (which is bravely taken), yours 2nd bike T06 (which is beautifully composed), your 2nd shot LBG, your shack straight out of "Dexter" JTL, your skyscrapers N9 and NCF that is one beautifull seriously tranquil image.

    I got snap happy at the zoo yesterday. Just took millions of variants without thinking things through properly but I was too tired to do it right. I had to try and bring back the contrast from the tiger shot, I think it was the low light levels because from memory I thought the lens (70-300VR) is usually lovelly even wide open.
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