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    Every once in a while I find a shot where HDR works. But, most of the time I throw away any attempts to use it. I normally take 3 pictures for the set - 2 clicks apart. Then I do not use an automatic HDR processing mode. I use Photomatix Pro. I work with the image to try to get it to be as real as possible but pull things out of the shadows a bit.

    He is one for example



    It is fun to play with, but not a normal image.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post

    It is fun to play with, but not a normal image.
    Was there really fog up that valley or is that an artifact of the HDR?
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    The humidity was very high and it was very cold. Just a few clouds but it looked like it was snowing a little. The humid air was freezing. So, there was ground fog and frost on everything. The HDR processing pulled the fog out of the dark, but it was there.
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    Erich, thanks for the EXIF Data. I didn't think to save the photo and pull that info out.

    Brad, I know your photo of the Mount Washington Hotel isn't normal, but it really looks good.
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