Looks like you're back in action, and in grand f'n action! This is sweeeeeet! Lots of balance and imbalance all at the same time (if that makes sense). Love it.
Kevin, I agree on the balance/imbalance thing. It's what I mentioned before about "tension." It's a peaceful scene, but there is a tension because of the imbalance that isn't imbalanced.
Kevin and Austin For some strange reason I understand what your saying :)
YvesSch Thanks for the visit and comments.
the wood left is HDR colored and to dark on the right side in comparison - the view is marvellous, especially rwith the sun on the top of the mountain
picsonthemove Thank you for sharing your opinion, I have posted an updated version utilizing a technique new to me. Please feel free to share your opinions on it as well.
You know what ~ skip the critique. I meant what I said to begin with; sweeeeeet ! I wouldn't change a thing. Nice work.
Kevin What? Are you afraid of divulging some trade secrets? :) I was looking forward to your critique. Thanks for the comments nonetheless.
hahahaha ! No, Ken, I really don't have any trade secrets where HDR blending is concerned. But as the forum thread hinted to, this is a good one for exposure stacking rather than full-on blending. I've been doing quite a lot of that lately - even on several of my recent mill photos. I'm thinking its about time I start researching other software to do the HDR blending.
Yes I have only recently become aware of exposure stacking and am anxious to learn how to properly do it. If you know of any online tutorials that especially warrant a visit please let me know. Remember I also use Paintshop Photo Pro X3.
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