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Just Sharing Lake fall 2016 - serenar 35mm

Discussion in 'HDR Images Only Forum' started by lundrog, Apr 21, 2017 at 3:23 AM.

  1. lundrog

    lundrog Member

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    Canon Serenar 35mm 2.8, ltm. Fuji x-e2. HDR.
    This is the lake below my parents, where I grew up. lightly processed HDR.

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  2. Roger S

    Roger S Crazy Canuck Administrator

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    Nice scenery. The blue seems a little strong, but that could just be me.
     
  3. Kevin Fox

    Kevin Fox Here a lot Premium Member

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    Agree with Roger. A little too blue. Probably be better with a single shot not hdr.
     
  4. lundrog

    lundrog Member

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    I likely was a little to free with saturation on this one.. haha. I didn't think it was to bad for a 35mm from the 1950's.
     
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