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Go Easy On Me Downhill MTB South Africa - HDR, does it work?

Discussion in 'Sports & Action Photography Forum' started by Daryn Varney, Aug 12, 2017.

  1. Daryn Varney

    Daryn Varney New Member

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    Finally I got out to a local downhill event and played with my new camera, weather made it a little challenging as did the new gear, but played with this HDR look and kinda liked the results


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  2. tenchy

    tenchy Rain maker Administrator

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    I quite like the effect in the first, and the rider will I'm sure as it shows off his toned arms. 2nd one not so much though you're shooting into the bright sky there.

    When you attach there is a button to click to make them go into the post full size.

    I'll fix this one for you.
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  3. gaelldew

    gaelldew Always on Premium Member

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  4. Jason

    Jason Always on Premium Member

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    The second is well timed and the angle is good but the odd colours and blown highlights in the sky need fixing if the detail can be recovered.

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