HDR buildings in New Orleans

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The noise is almost non-existence. The colors are great esp. for the 2nd and 2nd to last photos. However, somehow I don't like the big tree sitting in front of the house in the first photo.
 
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The noise is almost non-existence. The colors are great esp. for the 2nd and 2nd to last photos. However, somehow I don't like the big tree sitting in front of the house in the first photo.

Thanks the setting are my own custom ones.
I thought the tree was the neat part myself :smile:
I was trying to keep the processed look as minimal as possible.
 
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Nice shots Tom. Love the look of old in New Orleans and theses shots bring it out nicely. I like shots #1 and #5 best (the ghostly people are interesting). My second favorite city in US (almost tied with SF).
 
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Beautiful work. One can see it's HDR, but not over the top. May I ask which SW you used?
 
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Cool shots! #3 looks familiar - hotel?
I'm not sure, it's a court yard in behind some buildings.

These are wonderful, Tom. NO has terrific architecture; a photographer's paradise. Glad you had a great time!
That it is. Sadly we had one day to see everything. I've never walked so much in my life!!!

Beautiful work. One can see it's HDR, but not over the top. May I ask which SW you used?

Thanks, I've been tweaking the settings for some time now. I use Photomatix pro with three exposures 1 EV apart.
 
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#1 and #7 are my two favorites.
I really like the big tree in #1 also. I think it adds a lot to the picture.
While looking at it, I was imagining the tree not being there, and it made the picture less interesting. To me anyway.....
 
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#1 and #7 are my two favorites.
I really like the big tree in #1 also. I think it adds a lot to the picture.
While looking at it, I was imagining the tree not being there, and it made the picture less interesting. To me anyway.....

That's what I thought. :smile:
 

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