A&P HDR is pretty slick. v.1st Attempt

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  1. ftslogger

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    I have alot more of this series, this is the only HDR. I am wanting to play with some cross processing.

    I also have that picture in black and white, with some minor contrast adjustments, and minor sharpening.

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    can you post the original so I can see HDR and "not HRD" side-by-side?
     
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    This is the standard exposure...nothing done to the image, except resize
     
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    Pineapple Devil beat it!

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    on purpose. :hs:
     
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    Here are some more from the same shoot.

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    place looks very cool to shoot
     
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    Are you tone mapping these?
     
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    some of them got some very slight tone mapping. I used Lightroom for all the processing. I really didn't do much to the colors. The HDR actually didn't even get adjusted in Lightroom. Most of the shots are near actual color, just a little boost. :big grin:
     
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    the pictures are so packed, it's very hard on the eyes. but I guess you can't do much about it in that environment, altough I'd be curious to see other people taking pics in the same spot to see if there can be a different type of pictures
     
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    there is lots of room in the gutted building, but there is LOTS of debris. Its hard to move around...All the interesting things are very compact and in small areas. :hs: It would be interesting to see what someone else would shoot.
     
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    I'd shoot more details.
     
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    i like the b/w with the two sets of stairs
     
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    I'd try shotting individual stuff

    using a large aperture and a lens with a good bokeh, you could do really neat stuff emphazing on a single item (debris, tool, painting, sign, etc) having the back blurred out in a nice bokeh.
     

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