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    Re: a few shots from Texas

    Very nice shots! looks like a HDR treatment, it's very dynamic picture, thank's to share.

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    Re: a few shots from Texas

    Was that Poncho Villa in the background in that one shot ? I Would like to see this place in person too. :thanks

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    Texas has been quite famous throughout the world for its high mountain sceneries and the snaps that you have posted over here just proves the point. I think that these are indeed among the best shots taken. The view in each shot is quite different and depicts a different state of mind. Keep up te good work.

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    Re: a few shots from Texas

    Quote Originally Posted by jasonp1 View Post
    Sorry guys I didn't get back to this sooner, I've been out of town. EXIF didn't lie, thats what I was using. The landscape shots are mostly 4 shot compositions (-2, -1, 0 and +1) layered in photomatix and tweaked in PS. The camera was tripod mounted and fired with a remote.
    Thanks guys for the compliments!
    I was going to comment that it looks like you did an HDR treatment, but then as I read further I found that is indeed what you did. Nice look. I usually don't care for HDR, but it works here nicely, and you didn't over do it like a lot of HDR I see.

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    Re: a few shots from Texas

    Thats Texas? wow.
    Reminds me a lot of Peru
    especially crawling up thru the Andes

    I like the big sky.... its very Peru and now Texas too!

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    Fantastic photos. I live in West Texas and Ive ridden my KTM 525 in the areas you are photographing. It is spectacular and desolate country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig.C View Post
    Fantastic photos. I live in West Texas and Ive ridden my KTM 525 in the areas you are photographing. It is spectacular and desolate country.
    I used to live out there too in Alpine and Sierra Blanca...love it out there.

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    Re: a few shots from Texas

    Quote Originally Posted by jasonp1 View Post
    Sorry guys I didn't get back to this sooner, I've been out of town. EXIF didn't lie, thats what I was using. The landscape shots are mostly 4 shot compositions (-2, -1, 0 and +1) layered in photomatix and tweaked in PS. The camera was tripod mounted and fired with a remote.
    Thanks guys for the compliments!
    Nice pics and places but I think that less is more in HDR. It's too common to see it taken way overboard in many many photoforums.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Petu View Post
    Nice pics and places but I think that less is more in HDR. It's too common to see it taken way overboard in many many photoforums.
    I agree..HDR is a matter of taste. Some love the heavy handed HDR look. In most cases I dont

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    Re: a few shots from Texas

    wow those are some great shots!

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