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Some Chicago shots
Mar 24, 2018 13:15:11   #
mallen1330 Loc: Chicago western suburbs
 
On my walk to show a Loft on W Ontario to a real estate client. It was St Patrick's day so I took the train to avoid traffic and parking issues... The river was turned green further east - but it's always kinda green isn't it?

Some more here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/allenteam/albums/72157693069740901/with/40280273184/


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The Blue Line
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Mar 25, 2018 14:58:52   #
David in Dallas Loc: Dallas, Texas, USA
 
Nice shots.

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Mar 25, 2018 20:27:13   #
dennis2146 Loc: So California/Colorado/Idaho
 
Very nice photos but they have almost a painterly quality to them. Did you use some type of PP to achieve this?

Dennis

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Mar 25, 2018 23:49:13   #
mallen1330 Loc: Chicago western suburbs
 
dennis2146 wrote:
Very nice photos but they have almost a painterly quality to them. Did you use some type of PP to achieve this?

Dennis
Yes. Quite a bit of PP. See: http://www.uglyhedgehog.com/t-408351-1.html

I use three exposure bracketing of almost every shot -- as I walk around the city and when I'm working doing architectural and real estate photos for hire.

I nearly always use layer blending and not traditional HDR tone mapping, but on these I slipped in a tone mapped layer to "perk" them up a bit since it was a cloudy grey day.

Some don't like the effect -- not realistic, or "photographic". But most of my clients like it, so....

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Mar 26, 2018 01:33:50   #
dennis2146 Loc: So California/Colorado/Idaho
 
mallen1330 wrote:
Yes. Quite a bit of PP. See: http://www.uglyhedgehog.com/t-408351-1.html

I use three exposure bracketing of almost every shot -- as I walk around the city and when I'm working doing architectural and real estate photos for hire.

I nearly always use layer blending and not traditional HDR tone mapping, but on these I slipped in a tone mapped layer to "perk" them up a bit since it was a cloudy grey day.

Some don't like the effect -- not realistic, or "photographic". But most of my clients like it, so....
Yes. Quite a bit of PP. See: http://www.uglyhedgeh... (show quote)


Thanks. I like it, probably used for some scenarios but not others.

Dennis

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Jun 17, 2018 23:22:52   #
212kelvin Loc: San Francisco
 
I like the reflections in #2

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