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Dahlia in tones

Post by SpiffyPix on 2009-01-29, 12:45

This is one of my favorite photos...

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Post by hugh on 2009-01-29, 14:17

Very effective use of the detail enhancement ability. I can see why you like it.

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Post by SpiffyPix on 2009-01-29, 16:49

hugh wrote:Very effective use of the detail enhancement ability. I can see why you like it.

hugh

Hi Hugh - Actually, there is no HDR process involved w/this photo. This was just an average flower photo that I took and then desaturated/darkened the background and converted the color flower to b/w.

Note: The photo-a-day thread is the ONLY place on this forum that non-HDR photos are permitted, unless you're posting a non-HDR photo in a before-after thread. Smile

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Post by HDArtist on 2009-01-29, 17:51

As stated elsewhere, I can't see the use of having a non-HDR section in a strictly HDR forum. If it leads to this kind of confusion, that should be another reason to reconsider this section.
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Post by hugh on 2009-01-29, 18:04

Maybe a bit of Tone Mapping would be an interesting experiment?

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Post by SpiffyPix on 2009-01-29, 19:10

HDArtist wrote:As stated elsewhere, I can't see the use of having a non-HDR section in a strictly HDR forum. If it leads to this kind of confusion, that should be another reason to reconsider this section.

HDArtist, I read your post and took it into consideration, but I decided that I wanted to have a PAD thread and here's why:

(my response clipped from another post)


Hi - The reason why I wanted to put a photo-a-day thread was just to encourage members to post more often and be involved with the site, even if they might not have an HDR image to contribute at the moment. The Photo-A-Day thread is the ONLY place that someone can post a non-HDR photo. I really want this to be like a community, where everyone eventually gets familiar with one another. I belong to a great forum http://www.lostintimeue.com/forums that allows you to post a Photo A Day and it allows me to contribute and stay part of the group, even when I don't have any urban X photos to contribute at the moment.


For me, it's all about community involvement.

I'll clarify the PAD rules on the front page.

Thanks for your input...

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