Saga Rose at the cruise liner terminal

Saga Rose at the cruise liner terminal

I’ve spent the morning doing HDR’s all with the same settings. They look great but in a moment of weakness I decided to change them. I put everything to max, and while thats never a good idea with HDR I do sorta like this. It may be a bit too rich for some people and I may hate it come tomorrow but for now I like it. So here it is.


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9 thoughts on “Saga Rose at the cruise liner terminal”

  1. Hello,
    It is thanks to you that I discovered Photomatix, especially because of the special effects that this program allows. Now I treat almost all my photographs with this program because it makes it possible to have much out of a digital file. Images with large contrasts, back-lights, buildings and also the flowers arise much better without that being noticed that it is a treatment HDR. I avoid a too marked effect HDR because the visitors of my blog finds that then the colors are not natural, but sometimes just like you thus I like them, so much worse for those which do not like.
    So long,
    PS Translation from French. :-)

  2. The image looks almost like a painting and this feeling is accentuated by the wide angle lens effect on the prow (hope that means front!) of the boat. What I like most is the reflection on the side of the ship.
    Like Frank I have read your tutorial and am planning to get a copy of the Photomatix software – looking forward to the book too!

  3. Fantastic! I think you pretty much nailed the level of HDR Pete, even though you may think its too rich I think it suits the image, a romantic dreamlike feel. You always get the colours right too ;)

    Great work.

  4. this is an awesome photo!
    thanks a lot for useful information on photomatix and HDR.
    I am using the trial version now, so i could learn and planning on getting a copy in future.
    good work~

  5. Maxed out HDRs are so much fun though! I do wish my city wasn’t landlocked though – boats and water would make great subjects.

  6. @Clyde – I do have plenty from the day in B&W but I wanted a few that captured the nice sunny day.

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