Does Anyone Ekse Use Macinery HDR Software?
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24-04-12, 05:13 PM
Join Date: Apr 2012
House for Sale
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I definitely prefer the top image - SNS HDR. The second one looks quite 'flat', although perhaps there are other settings that could be used.
An Estate Agent would benefit from that effect - I remember a long conversation soem years ago, when HDR was first becoming popular, with a 'Real Estate Agent' in the Pacific NW of the USA.... he was going all out to get good images of the rooms of the houses he was selling (including a few exterior views through the windows). He eventually learned to make HDR pictures of rooms that would grace the Ideal Home Exhibition.
I'm on the look out for a flat in the UK right now and using 'Rightmove'. Clearly, most of the people who take the photographs for an 'Estate Agency' are morons with shiny suits and a point and shoot cameras who wouldn't know a decent photograph of a room if it bit them on the ****. Some of the agents even try to get away with just one image, of the outside of the flat or house - ridiculous! They're not even making an effort!
So you want to buy a House/Flat? The one in the photo is for sale
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