Hi Bob, had a look at the two shots. The clouds are completly different. I think the issue I had was probably because the sky/clouds from this shot was combined to the other shot (or is there a third shot?), making the top left corner of the resulting shot quite dark (but that was were the light should be. Anyway, I like both the originals as well, best wishes, Fai
Thanks fai, this shot is from the very corner of the church ground. I think I took 4 shots in all (that would be 12 in total as I was doing the HDR biz). This one, I think, looks better because the cloud formation is more balanced. Bob
Cheers Epi, best wishes from the UK, Bob
Great shot Bob the dusk arriving, brings a lovely combination. Greetings
Hello again Antonietta, I went out friday to go to a small harbour called Seaton Sluice, which is a few miles to the north, to try for some dusk shots. This village was on the way so I stopped by for a few minutes to take a couple of photos. We are lucky at this time of year it is not dark till 10:00 o'clock. Bob
bob from me to you a great gallery of my home land. this photo reminds me of one of sam's(freddie5)
Amazing picture. Greetings!
CheersMi@Ni, best wishes, Bob
Mike, I've tagged four more HDR photos. All my HDR examples are hand held; I think a tripod would have given a better success rate. Bob
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Photo taken in North Tyneside District, Tyne and Wear, UK
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