Monday, August 24, 2009



Amit Basu - Black and White Photography said...

Well seen!

Tayab said...

nice work

for me, a HDR is always best when it blends so well its almost not there, and thats the case here

Lance Phung said...

do you need HDR for this? I only do HDR when I have difficulty of multiple exposure (different part of the frame is overexposed, underexposed and properly exposed at the same time)

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