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Subject: Re: HDR rainforest
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On Nov 18, 2017, Mayayana wrote
(in article <ouqm7t$6lb$>):

> "Alfred Molon"<>  wrote
> > Photomatix Pro with five RAW images (0EV, +- 2EV, +-4EV);
> > "photographic" setting.
> >
> > The water of the waterfall and the sky on top are very bright, while the
> > shadow areas in the trees are very dark.
> Somehow I don't get the feeling of the depth and
> atmosphere of the space. I think because it's slightly
> blurred and too saturated. But I sure would like to
> be there to spend a sunny afternoon sunning and
> swimming. :)

....and collecting your share of tropical parasitic infections. ;-)