My best HDR photos + long exposure

Yesterday I received parcel with two filters – circular polarizing and neutral density gray 10 steps. This means that compared to a standard exposure time, using grey 10 steps filter causes increasing time or aperture by 10EV!

In addition, these photos I decided to create as HDR. Photos were taken 30 minutes minutes before sunset, ISO 100, aperture of f8 or so. Pictures had to be exposure for 15 sec, 1 min and then 3 minutes or so.

HDR images have been created directly from RAW files using the demo version of Machinery HDR software. I’m not an expert on HDR yet, so maybe pictures are a little cheesy, but I will try do betters in the future ­čÖé

2012.11.18 - hdr - 01 D7000 (24mm, f/8, 168 sec, ISO200)
2012.11.18 - hdr - 02 D7000 (24mm, f/8, 168 sec, ISO200)
2012.11.18 - hdr - 03 D7000 (24mm, f/8, 168 sec, ISO200)
2012.11.18 - hdr - 04 D7000 (24mm, f/8, 93 sec, ISO200)
2012.11.18 - hdr - 05 D7000 (24mm, f/8, 93 sec, ISO200)
2012.11.18 - hdr - 06 D7000 (24mm, f/8, 95.4000015259 sec, ISO200)
2012.11.18 - hdr - 07 D7000 (24mm, f/8, 95.4000015259 sec, ISO200)

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