Chat: Monthly competition january - hdr
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12-01-13, 10:48 AM
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: East Devon
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will HDR only work on a bright day? i'm heading out somewhere tomorrow where i hope to take some shots, but the weather isn't looking too great...should i just 'suck it and see'? been looking up how to do the PP, and understand the idea of bracketing (i think), just wondered about the light situation.
Nope it will work on a dull day infact my church image was taken early evening on a very cloudy day! I guess it does help if there is something in the sky i.e. clouds or a blue sky. Generally even with non HDR photography you can pick your composition/subject according to the conditions.
I think in general this is going to be an interesting challenge as HDR can be subtle to bring out more detail or maxed out so it looks unreal (as Jeff mentioned). Some people say a good HDR doesn't look like an HDR which could make the entries and voting interesting
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