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Jill Windmill

Jill Windmill, near Poynings in West Sussex. Jill's 'brother', Jack, is currently being renovated. This HDR shot was taken with my new toy, the Olympus Pen E-P5 + 17mm f/1.8 lens. I realise HDR is not to everyone's taste!

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Re: Jill Windmill

That's pretty mild and inoffensive HDR. I like it!
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Re: Jill Windmill

A very pleasing shot.

I think this type of HDR works quite well, it's just the "overdone" type that I struggle to enjoy.

Thanks for sharing.
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Many thanks for the kind comments. Much appreciated.
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Re: Jill Windmill

This doesn't look like the type of scene that would need the HDR treatment, rather a bit of dodging and burning.
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Re: Jill Windmill

I have to agree with Benvendetta on this. It is a nicely composed, countryside scene in which the balance works well. The HDR is done well, but, in my eyes the scene now looks too sculptured. Maybe a close -up of the detail in the windmill done to the same standard of HDR would work better ?
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Re: Jill Windmill

I think it looks great!
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