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35 Truly Stunning Examples of HDR Photography

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  1. Regnareb says:

    This so horrible… X_x

  2. A.D.K. says:

    I like them very much :)
    THanks for sharing

  3. Robertv! says:

    There’s about 5 in there that I like. This only goes to confirm my dislike for the falseness of much HDR. Some of the images are downright awful in my opinion, by being over compressed and over saturated.

    Thanks for the gallery all the same.

  4. Hermitbiker says:

    …. awesomely stunning “HDR Photography” showcased here at “SmashingApps”…. another top-of-the-line website for viewing amazing photographs and graphics,learning just about anything web-related or just plain roaming around in for a while !! Thanks goes to Brukhar for sharing this site and awesome post with me and I thank the author and creator(s) of “SmashingApps” for creating their blog for everyone to visit !!

  5. JimD says:

    35 over-cooked photographs. HDR, properly done, doesn’t look like over-saturated Photoshopped creations.

  6. Brilliant collection! Tower Bridge and the Buddhist temple look amazing, but my favourite is the one from Ricketty Jetty.

    Great post, thanks for sharing.

  7. Wow! I think the Capital Building was my fav.

  8. John Foy says:

    These are wonderful! Photoshopped? Maybe…

  9. alex says:

    Yet another pathetic set of boring HDR images, and a perfect example of everything thats wrong with modern photography.

  10. alex says:

    “I appreciate to all those talented photographers who captured these excellent pictures with their efforts, imaginations and creativity to give us a chance to see these creative wonders from their creative eyes.”

    Someone please explain to me the creativity involved with taking a photo a bridge, a light house, a pier etc…. and then using a program to enhance the image. There is nothing creative about HDR. It is however a fantastic way to make bad photographs look even worse. These are not creative wonders, nor do these photographers have creative eyes. They are not excellent images and there is not much effort involved. I give this post a massive FAIL

  11. Rob Suisted says:

    Terrible, not stunning.

    The hand has overplayed itself in most of these shots and that’s why HDR such as this will only ever be a niche output.

    Please tell me when is a reflected sky brighter than the original sky? It is in many of these.
    Cheers
    Rob

  12. Sunny says:

    I am sorry, you gues need to work much harder and get better compilers here. Most photos here are drab at best!

  13. I like it :) I think good stuff

  14. Alasdair says:

    Wow! Amazing pics, check out my HDR photos at http://www.macleod.arknet.co.uk/photoblog and leave some feedback

  15. Didn’t realize HDR could be such a controversial issue. I’ve never tried it, but I like it for some subjects. Overall, I enjoyed seeing the examples.

  16. Aaron says:

    Not so impressive! The title said: “35 Truly Stunning Examples of HDR Photography” …Not so!

  17. Bill Nixon says:

    I know how HDR photography works, but how did they get the shot of the tower bridge with people in it? Since multiple frames would be taken, did they use one frame with people, then re-shoot when the bridge was clear?

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