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Bunny Snow
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    Was this one magnificent image captured entirely on the spot with the camera? Or, at least two images, a lot of pen isolation, the insert of a beautiful sunset into a dynamic shape? Or, the dynamic shapes pasted over a fantastically dynamic sunset?]

Just curious. The capture is magnificent and a good reason why beautiful sunsets should be captured, and under exposed foreground of dynamic character should be kept for such an occasion.

I can appreciate even more the work, which went into this image after taking instruction from Jim Zuckerman. And, I look forward to taking instruction with you down the line.

Awww, the possibilities!

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3/1/2009 8:14:37 PM

 
Lewis Kemper
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Thank you!

It was 5 exposures put together using HDR in Photoshop.


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3/2/2009 4:03:29 AM

 
Bunny Snow
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I understand that Tony Sweet is teaching HDR in Photoshop. I'm not ready for his teaching style, as yet.

Can other instructors teach the same technique? Will you be teaching HDR?

Again, I cannot do anything until later this summer, as I need to practice what I've learned from Jim Zuckerman before I move on, but I've wanted to learn HDR, which I understand is like using Singh-Ray GRD filters. Personally, I like the process of setting up the original shoot, whenever possible.

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3/2/2009 5:34:33 AM

 
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