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Rock House #33269
01/05/11 08:26 PM
01/05/11 08:26 PM
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Columbus, Ohio
Scott Flaherty Offline OP
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Rock House is a naturally occurring cave found in the Hocking Hills region of Ohio. Many people find it too difficult to shoot in there, but I gave it a try anyway. This is actually a 5 frame HDR image. I used Photomatix Pro to combine the frames and then fine tuned it in Photoshop.


Scott Flaherty
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Re: Rock House [Re: Scott Flaherty] #33270
01/08/11 08:35 PM
01/08/11 08:35 PM
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Manhattan, New York, New York
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Hey Scott,

That is rather excellent. Really nice composition. Very well done.

James

Re: Rock House [Re: James Morrissey] #33271
01/08/11 08:37 PM
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Love this one too. Stunning!


Re: Rock House [Re: Marie Mitchell Photography] #33272
01/10/11 01:55 AM
01/10/11 01:55 AM
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Connecticut
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Connecticut
What a beautiful photo, and absolutely stunning example of a well done HDR that doesn't look like a cartoon!


Penny J. Wills
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Re: Rock House [Re: Sunstruck] #33273
01/10/11 10:16 PM
01/10/11 10:16 PM
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Bravo... well done!

Re: Rock House [Re: Lesley] #33274
01/20/11 12:55 PM
01/20/11 12:55 PM
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Columbus, Ohio
Scott Flaherty Offline OP
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Yeah, HDR gets a bad rap. Many people don't like it, and that's not because HDR is bad, it's because of how a particular person executed the HDR processing. On the other hand, there are many people who like the surrealistic way of processing HDR. It's a matter of personal taste and I'm not going to say that one way is better than the other.


Scott Flaherty
www.clanoflaherty.com
Re: Rock House [Re: Scott Flaherty] #33275
01/20/11 03:32 PM
01/20/11 03:32 PM
Joined: Sep 2005
Portland Oregon
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Portland Oregon
I am one of those who usually shy away from HDR as my workflow is to maximize micro-contrast which is the best way to match the human experience.

With that said, this is one of the nicer HDR treatments I have seen. I don't dislike HDR, just think it is in its infancy.

Very nice shot, very nicely processed, bravo to you Scott to bring such a unique place to life. I am sure without HDR this would not have been possible.

Roman

Re: Rock House [Re: RomanJohnston] #33276
01/21/11 04:25 AM
01/21/11 04:25 AM
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Very nice!


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