Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by skurge, Nov 12, 2007.
#1 is the only shot that would stand on it's own, and it was ruined by the HDR.... tone it back a little, it's overdone.
this is the only guy I've ever seen do HDR right.
I love seeing the enthusiasm with people and doing HDR, but they over do it with almost all of their photos and the photos just look horrible IMO. Thats my view though. I don't like blown out photos. Give me enough just to show the details with the dynamic ranges and i'm a happy man.
#1 looks so surreal it is pretty cool
Almost look like paintings. Very cool in their own way.
yea i've done others that look more real
those i was just having some fun with
another of mine:
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Yeah, as photos you've overdone it. But they have taken on a paint quality, which is indeed nice.
#1 is nice just a little overdone, looks like a painting almost
yea i was going for something a little different for the first 3 I posted, I have thousands of regular pics from that area so.......
those pics look great to me in an artsy type of way. But I guess thats 'not the way you're supposed to do HDR' by photography standards..
art is perception?
You overdid it, but everybody overdoes it their first time. So yeah, dial it back.
nah not overdone, like i said i have thousands of normal pics from there, I WANTED to have something different and not the norm......i did the pics to look normal at first, then changed it to how I wanted it
I like 1 a lot
I only like HDR when it's trying to capture a broad range of lighting -- basically mimicing our eyes wide dynamic range...
Otherwise it just looks like visual vomit to me.
it's quite obvious you have no idea what HDR is really intended for.
It's quite obvious that you have no idea what looks good.
some of his stuff isn't my cup of tea, but as far as the HDR process goes, he uses it like it should be... but some of his shots, like this one, http://www.flickr.com/photos/tendril/492616697/in/set-72157594512852318/ are just bad ass.