From: Alfred Molon <>
Subject: Re: HDR rainforest
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From: Alfred Molon <>
Subject: Re: HDR rainforest
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In article<>, Bill W says...
> Maybe a bit over-saturated, but you were there, not me. The only other
> thing is that the foreground looks unnaturally bright, at least
> compared to what I can see of the sky. It's like it's what you would
> see if someone were lighting it. 

The foreground is indeed that bright. See for instance this non-HDR 
version of the image:
Alfred Molon

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