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Subject: Re: HDR rainforest
Date: Sun, 19 Nov 2017 19:59:39 +1100
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On 19/11/2017 11:35 @wiz, Eric Stevens wrote:
> On Sun, 19 Nov 2017 00:46:58 +0100, Alfred Molon
><> wrote:
>> What do you think about this picture:
>> 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.
> I agree with you but my first reaction was to try to double the size
> of the image. I think it would have a different impact then. Even so,
> I would like to be able to see a little more deeply into the shadows
> of the trees. I would also like to see more detail of the clouds and
> sky but suspect there is none there to resolve.

Yup, I was looking for a "zoom" button as well.
Viewed larger it might have a completely different "feeling".
As is, those greens look like neon lights...