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Old 05-10-2012, 11:39 PM   #2
Alcan Rider
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While I usually try to keep my HDR photos from being too obvious to the casual viewer, most can be identified by someone using the process, such as this one -

The brilliant orange of the SPOT tracker is a giveaway in this photo -

Aside from the clouds, this one isn't noticeably HDR -

Once again, the exaggerated orange (reminiscent of good ol' Kodachrome slides) provides the clue that this is HDR -

The brilliant reds and oranges (which could be adjusted out, but would then leave the photo looking rather normal) identify this shot as HDR -

Adjusted to bring out the clouds and add definition to the mountains without the usual red and orange flare -

HDR does a nice job on flowers -

Fall colors are a great opportunity for HDR to show its stuff -
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