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honez



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Single image pseudo HDR (more of a medium range I guess.)
Single RAW image, saved as 0, + .5 and -.5 EV and then processed as HDR.
I'm a bit (read: a lot) annoyed at myself with this, as I really wanted the focus on where the waves were breaking, but the conditions around me (setting sun, crashing waves, reflected light in the viewfinder, etc.) all made it difficult to get a clear view of the focus point. In the end I stuffed it up and didn't get the focus point right.


As a point of interest - you can see one of the crazy surfers wearing a black wetsuit, surfing his way out of the frame just in front of the breaking wave on the left-hand-side. It's a little dark, but you should be able to see him to get some size perspective.
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