From: Alfred Molon <>
Subject: Re: HDR rainforest
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From: Alfred Molon <>
Subject: Re: HDR rainforest
Date: Sun, 19 Nov 2017 15:40:57 +0100
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In article<>, PeterN says...
> IMHO it is indeed a badly processed image. I suspect that the burning of 
> the highlights, and lack of shadow detail,  are the result of either 
> shooting in low quality JPEG, and/or bad processing. The over saturation 
> and over-saturation and high luminescence  of the green, are clues to 
> poor processing.

Ehhpp... this is an HDR done from five RAW images. 
Alfred Molon

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