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I love it......look at Dave Hill Photography for subtler filters after HDR processing.If flash was used it does create problems with HDR. Try converting your RAW files as one batch leave at default settings apart from black.....drop that to zero and increase colour temp to around 7000. It's a bit cool for my taste.
PS....it looks as if the happy couple were facing the sun........pop them in shade next time and do his tie up. He has more than ties to worry about.
I agree with Adrian - it's lovely, but the colors are a little intense...post the original photo for comparisons!
Mmmm ... nice shot but skin looks a little 'bruised'. What was the original like?
I dont like people in HDR. It makes the skin color look really strange. I like HDR when it is nature, cars, sky etc. I think that this merried couple probably looks much better in there natural look:)
I would like to see the original for comparison. For portraits I generally prefer non HDR... the bride's shoulder does appear a bit discolored.Bises,Genie
Sorry - No!Gustibus ;)
I too would want to see the original, but I think HDR doesn't really look appealing on people. It gives almost a cartoony feel to the photo.
I think it is adorable, but I don't know a lot about HD or how a person "converts them". I am very interested in seeing the orginal photo like everyone. I LOVE THE PEOPLE in this photo, adorable, memorable, and great.
I like to use HDR for pictures of brick buildings. It really makes the bricks go pop.
Hey, You can select part of the photo to use HDR on it!In my opinion it is too much HDR on their skin!I can help you if you wish!My regards!
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