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Storm on Zoagli sent on July 21, 2012 (14:17) by Fulvio Giorgulli. 10 comments, 1471 views. [retina]

at 17mm, 1/125 f/8.0, ISO 100, hand held. Zoagli, Italy.

E' una HDR che ho spinto fino al limite del realismo (poi va a gusti). Accetto ben volentieri consigli su come migliorla!



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avatarjunior
sent on July 22, 2012 (2:04) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I love the sea and the rock, the less vegetation in the background and the sky, a little too "grainy". On the other hand a good composition makes it for me a pleasant picture.

Regards, Matthew

avatarjunior
sent on July 22, 2012 (12:44) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

hello and thanks for the ride! The sky is a bit grainy version resized but the full size version (attached) is better (in my opinion). It must be said that it is a HDR and noise is accentuated when you do a lot of post production. Anyway thanks for the comments, I did a version in B & W, which you like the most?

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avatarjunior
sent on July 22, 2012 (16:47) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

in fact in the sky hd version is better, and also the BW is not bad!

Regards, Matthew

avatarjunior
sent on July 22, 2012 (17:18) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I'm very confused, I do not see why using the HDR in this case (especially if single RAW). I'm not against technology, but ... but in my opinion should be used when needed and not abused. Forgive my blunt thoughts! Hello.

avatarjunior
sent on July 22, 2012 (20:38) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello Gere, I never said that this is a single raw :-). The picture is a sum of 3 exposures (-1, 0, +1). The middle photo alone did not make it the drama of the sky and the sea water it even with a good post-production. So I decided to try the path of HDR that in my personal opinion (they taste) to the best of their opportunities in "dramatic" like this.
Then I agree that it may not like it, on the other hand I also tried not to push too far the HDR same as trying to maintain a certain realism (although very high load).

Thanks cmq comments, hello!

avatarmoderator
sent on August 24, 2012 (22:07) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I tried not to push too far the HDR itself ...
wow!
If this is not pushed ... dominant purple on the rock that should not be there, grainy effect exaggerated, unreal colors on vegetation and water, loss of detail, clarity and sharpness.
Tastes are tastes but you can not say that it is not an HDR exasperated and add:
trying to maintain a certain realism
.
If the sky was already dramatic rise could emphasize with the use of a polarizing filter is a filter that still can not be reproduced in pp - HDR Applicavi a softer by increasing the contrast and had a different interpretation of the 1000 available.
Say:
maintain a certain realism
I think is very subjective, is not it?
I agreegladly advice on how migliorla
.. The ideas are already collecting them ...

Always (IMHO) ;-)
hello and good life, laurel

avatarjunior
sent on August 25, 2012 (12:29) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello Lauro, a totally surreal HDR image (in my personal yardstick) find it in my album in the gallery HDR photos (London - London Eye). This is what I mean by HDR boost and (of course) I've never posted in the "landscape" but "photoart".

This image (I do not want to call as heavily retouched photo) I regard it as an "exaggerated reality" that does not hide (in fact shows a unique characteristic) its processing.

This process is not error-free, the grainy sky was partly attenuated version in HD and certainly you could do better. The dominant color of the rock should be reviewed. While the unreal colors on vegetation and water are the fruit of the same photo.


In any case the discussion're ready to continue :-)

Hello!





avatarmoderator
sent on August 25, 2012 (13:24) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

D-add texture effect made marked

The connotation objective and not subjective is a form of HDR unreal and forced.
You can push it even more, but believe me the connotation of "Mareggiata of Zoagli" and "London" are forced-forced.
Here you will find many examples of JuzaPhoto HDR seeking only a three-dimensional result and readable, then some examples of HDR slightly less soft but still pleasing, that pushed like the pictures you have posted so far are too exasperated by not having any relevance to a playback still has a real basis not invested by the PP.
The pages can correct the dominant make a dramatic sky (a portion of the scene), we repeat the HDR can emphasize the dynamic Gamna but if you start with a scene changing all parameters are water INthe gender "Photo Art" and in that section you should move your processing.
Photo Art are processing photos with extremely obvious and deliberately, with the use of soft, melting techniques-collage. The section also includes graphic works and paintings, even if they are not strictly Photo art.

In summary: Based HDR classic and soft are still in place "Landscape" unreal-driven processing (such as yours) and super drives (I dare not imagine :-)) in "Photo Art"

hello, laurel



avatarjunior
sent on August 25, 2012 (15:10) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello Laurel, I know what it stands HDR and the primary function of this technique. Nevertheless, with HDR you can also create images like this posted thrusts that have nothing to do with the expansion of the dynamic range of the sensor DSLR.

However, your speech is clear but I do not know if you speak in a personal capacity or as mod. If it is a personal discourse take it as a criticism / suggestions if it is instead a note from moderator will avoid posting in the landscape picture which diverges from the concept you express HDR soft.

Thank you,

Hello!

avatarmoderator
sent on August 25, 2012 (16:32) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

In all honesty Fulvio, my quoterebbe forum user intervention, in this case, with the figure of the moderator. Your hdr and your statements helped to deepen the `argument to clarify some of the visitors of this topic what are the guidelines that differentiate the steps of hdr. Without guidelines would only personal interpretations that may be confusing to those who affaccierà this technique. To make our small but important contribution to growth is photographic essay weigh our statements because read by hundreds of sailors. L is important is to respect the decisions of each forum user, and if you do not share the reasons why in a constructive and articulate. ;-) Hello and good light, laurel



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