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Foggy AM HDR

Posted by john4jack (Corvallis, Oregon, United States) on 5 March 2010 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

This is the HDR version. I did a one photograph processing in Photomatix. The crop from yesterday's was the result of input from my Critique Group Thursday night.

NIKON D300 1/200 second F/7.1 ISO 400 70 mm

Shiloh from Los Angeles, United States

What amazing fog! I personally love fog pictures!

5 Mar 2010 5:12am

Manola from Bassens, France

Not bad that this we see better details...

5 Mar 2010 5:25am

Hilde Morin from Portland, Oregon, United States

A Dreamworld!!! All those new greens, evergreens and lichens are spectacular...and the fog, spectacular.

5 Mar 2010 5:51am

Annie Viguié from Bordeaux, France

I shall really like living in this place...

5 Mar 2010 6:00am

@Annie Viguié: Not shabby at all :))

Bettina from Los Angeles, United States

Very nice. The colors are more intense. The fog really resonates with that crop. Almost looks like smoke. The car still makes it. (kidding... LA. :) Actually without the cars it would look like an old English manor.

5 Mar 2010 6:01am

MontereyJohn from Salinas, California, United States

You guys and your HDR! my son is getting quite good at this, but that means schlepping a tripod around, and I'm getting VERY old! :)But it sure looks worth the effort. I like this a lot.

5 Mar 2010 6:24am

Scott F. Schilling from San Martin, United States

I like the texture and feel and I am always fascinated by the mix of oaks and then the evergreens - great image Jack!

5 Mar 2010 6:26am

oncho from granada, Spain

Gran ambiente y composición llena de colores

5 Mar 2010 6:35am

Lyl and Roll from Besançon, France

Superbe Jack.... Bonne journée.

5 Mar 2010 6:54am

Dulcie from Danville, CA, United States

The tighter crop just tells a different story...puts the emphasis on the building.
My favorite is yesterday's image, but I'm not a fan of HDR so that colors my point of view. :-)

5 Mar 2010 7:17am

Yvonne Simons from Tilburg, Netherlands

This picture is a little clearer, I think it's very nice!

5 Mar 2010 7:21am

Marie LC from Voiron, France

excuse me Jack but I prefer without HDR... but love your composition

5 Mar 2010 7:30am

✿ Anina ✿ from Auckland, New Zealand

Now this is what I call an HDR!!! You've done it superbly! Beautiful colours. I won't mind living there ;)

5 Mar 2010 7:30am

Mathilde Collot from Fontainebleau, France

I liked the picture yesterday, but the HDR gives a rich texture, great color density and especially a beautiful velvety without affecting the definition! It is superb! I dare not even try! I must learn to manipulate Photomatix, I registered yesterday at the "Nikon
school "in Paris! I hope progress. I like aminus, but I think lack of photographers to give constructive analysis of our images, I do not move anymore!

5 Mar 2010 7:42am

@Mathilde Collot: I stay with Aminus because of the people. And I love viewing the photographs of others. However, I don't think that it is a place to receive constructive criticism.

MK from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

hmmmm....may be the HDR version is better. But i like both

5 Mar 2010 7:47am

kate from lincolnshire, United Kingdom

Still beautiful.......... though I feel for yesterdays more:)

5 Mar 2010 8:06am

Mhélène from Paris, France

The HDR one is also beautiful , different ,like a dreamworld !

5 Mar 2010 8:27am

Zora Zoé - sichtbar fotogrativ from Berlin, Germany

Wow, John4Jack - really really brilliant, I am loss for words :-) The vivid green in contrast to that foggy forest - from fog to clearness - stunning!!! :-)

5 Mar 2010 8:39am

Florence from Paris, France

Great and perfect HDR, colors and mist are revealed and enhanced... Of course, I prefer this one... makes me want to walk...

5 Mar 2010 8:43am

itzmedeepa from kerala, India

Look like a picture post card

5 Mar 2010 8:54am

Fonts from Barcelona, Spain

I see! A very interesting example of the use of HDR famous! One thing I've ever tried and that works fine for me. In this case the master's worked and is a beautiful picture too! Of omentum yesterday I prefer Jack! But keep watching, watching and learning! A hug and many kisses dear friend too! Good weekend! Adela

5 Mar 2010 9:11am

Sylvie from entre Angers et Saumur, France

I like and I also make of the HDR. We see better details. You should not too much stress. Great and perfect HDR.

5 Mar 2010 9:25am

khadi from New Delhi, India

Fantastic use of HDR. Yesterday's was a very moody, emotion-heavy image -- today's more vivid, the car really grabs you. I can't say which one I like more because each suits different moods. But really interesting experimentation.

5 Mar 2010 9:37am

MrsAmber from West Wickham, United Kingdom

Interesting to see, it has certainly made the scene more vivid.

5 Mar 2010 10:00am

Sarito from Basingstoke, United Kingdom

I like the texture and light added by the HDR processing.. But I like yesterday's more..:).

5 Mar 2010 10:02am

Anthony Morgan Lambert from Bielefeld(old West Wales boy), Germany

To be honest I prefer yesterdays shot !! The colours are a little OTT today and the crop takes away all those nice diagonal lines in the foreground !!

5 Mar 2010 10:53am

Bonvilston from Cardiff, United Kingdom

I like this one

5 Mar 2010 1:55pm

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

My views are "coloured" too Jack, so you know that I will say I prefer this HDR, for the extra vibrancy and the way it interprets the light and textures. This is far more "alive" than yesterday's.

5 Mar 2010 2:12pm

JJ from Jersey City, United States

The HDr has really brought out the colors and detail, I have tried HDR a couple of times but just couldnt get a result I liked, I must try again sometime based on this

5 Mar 2010 2:17pm

Judy from Brooksville, Florida, United States

I find it difficult to compare the two images because of today's crop. Things appear more vibrant here, but when I look at the grass in yesterday's, it too is a vibrant green, just at a greater distance.

5 Mar 2010 2:25pm

Marleen from Doesburg, Netherlands

Difficult to choose, they both have a different feel to it.
Today's pic got more details though.....very interesting to compare the two:-)

5 Mar 2010 3:28pm

Shahryar from Isfahan, Iran

very nice ,beautiful :)

5 Mar 2010 3:30pm

Alan from Manila, Philippines

Stunning colors!

5 Mar 2010 3:41pm

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

This is well done, Jack. It doesn't scream HDR to me. So, if I understand correctly, you used a single image to do this?

5 Mar 2010 3:57pm

Don from spokane, United States

I like the added brilliance to the colors. The slightly larger view of the house adds too. Well done.

5 Mar 2010 4:27pm

PATRICK from miramas, France

wow splendid!!!

5 Mar 2010 4:57pm

António Pires from Lisbon, Portugal

I prefer yesterday's version.

5 Mar 2010 5:32pm

keith from killarney, Ireland

jack you have this image popping, great processing, the fog totally puts a cap on the image and the 40 shades of green are just awesome

5 Mar 2010 5:56pm

Evelyne Dubos from Le Mans, France

Of course this one as a more flattering rendering but the previous one is certainly the nearest of the reality.
Feeling is really different for both of them and i like both (because your HDR effect is not too hard... )

5 Mar 2010 6:14pm

Laur from Clermont-Ferrand, France

Superbes couleurs !

5 Mar 2010 6:45pm

Sandrine from Cincinnati, United States

Nice closer look...

5 Mar 2010 7:26pm

Tracy from La Selva Beach, United States

This just sings! I do like the tighter crop, too!

5 Mar 2010 8:33pm

Morteza from Bandar Abbass, Iran

So beautiful...................................................
Good Luck

5 Mar 2010 9:16pm

Paul from summerside, Canada

Great shot very well done...

5 Mar 2010 10:41pm

B.Held from Santa Fe, United States

so serene & beautiful :)

6 Mar 2010 1:01am

Steven from Chicagoland, United States

The HDR processing has done a great job of highlighting the detail seen in the house. It has also helped reveal two other homes that were once "buried" in the landscape. Greater texture is seen in the trees' foliage.

6 Mar 2010 1:39am

Ajay from Pune, India

Close we get more mysterious this is looking.

6 Mar 2010 2:53am

masoud from tehran, Iran

very beautiful view jack , excellent !

6 Mar 2010 4:36am

Seraphine from San Francisco, United States

wow. i love the color intensity. the trees looks like somebody flocked them. (is that the right word, flock? like you do to christmas trees to make them look like snow fell on them.) your photo almost glows. awesome.

6 Mar 2010 4:53am

LauraS from Chico, United States

I didn't think I would like this shot better than the original, but I do. I like them both. Nicely done, Jack.

6 Mar 2010 4:56am

@LauraS: My hunch is that it is because it is not over the top HDR.

Anita from West Nottingham, United States

Nicely captures foggy Oregon!

6 Mar 2010 9:03am

Susan from Fort Lauderdale, United States

Didn't get out here yesterday, but glad i checked today..This shot is awesome.....and I really like the crop you chose......Perfect example of how processing in photomatix can enhance a shot just enough!!!!!

6 Mar 2010 4:40pm

Self-Indulgence from Chicagoland, United States

You have a lot more detail here and I like the darker sky but some of the lighter tones are too light for my tastes. Checking your next one --->

8 Mar 2010 2:21am

Chris Giovannis from Sydney, Australia

A wonderful image Jack. Cropping here would have been quite challenging? but you've nailed it!

9 Mar 2010 5:25am

Magda from Vancouver, Canada

I like both but this one has that extra "punch"! ;)
What a gorgeous place!

9 Mar 2010 5:14pm

StarCosmosBleu from Bedford.Qc, Canada

I like this one and your very last one in the series..here is the very crisp colors and details..the last one is in the distance and crop both very nice ...lovely work..

10 Mar 2010 5:14pm