hdr photo technique challenge

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      2012.02.25 Edited

      Wow!! You went' all out girlfriend!
      HAPPY WEEKEND TO YOU
      ((((((Marjorie)))))

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      2012.02.24 Edited

      loved 1# and going to favorite it!
      so you weren't going to use HDR and now you were literally obligated to use uh? hehehe ;)

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      2012.02.24 Edited

      Woweee, what an artist you are Marjorie! All are superb creations! I wonder if Norman Rockwell had seen into the future and grab his inspiration from you......

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      2012.02.24 Edited

      Each is a wonderful image - can't decide on a favorite because they all bring something different to the eye. Nice work, Marjorie!

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      2012.02.24 Edited

      Still liking 1 & 2 but I think 3 is really fabulous! Excellent choice of colors and the effect is soft and vivid at the same time.

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      2012.02.24 Edited

      ... and I like the third in its' composition and vivid colours.

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      2012.02.24 Edited

      would like to call them female HDR with the tender pastel approach but female or male they are simply great

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      2012.02.24 Edited

      Great subjects for these HDR Photos! Love the overall depth you got on that 1st shot! And that 3rd shot shines very nicely with the HDR process on it, the texture on the cloth is nicely detailed and the ceramic bowl looks so smooth with your editing!

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      2012.02.24 Edited

      WOW!! wonderul HDR series! The 1st is great, I really like them all though!

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      2012.02.24 Edited

      Every single image is beautifully done, Marjorie, with lovely color, texture and depth! I'm not planning to use this technique a lot, but when you see it with objects (like you have above) rather than landscapes, etc., it brings a whole new and wonderful dimension!