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    is there a forum for HDR

    I have looked through the forums, and cant seem to find a HDR forum specified for this subject, as it has become extremely widespread in popularity, hope I have posted this in the right place.

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    You could try HDRI Community forum - http://www.hdrlabs.com/cgi-bin/forum/YaBB.pl
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    On AP no, if that is what you meant. HDR photography is a technique, not a genre. HDR photos are of people, landscapes, flowers etc. The forums are set up based on subject matter of the photo, not the processing technique used.

    If you look towards the pinnacles of photography, you have the AIPP with wedding photographer of the year, and landscape photographer of the year. Internationally you get the sports photographer of the year, wildlife photographer of the year, etc. They do not have a HDR photographer of the year, or a wide angle lens photographer of the year. AP was set-up to mimic that, with our member photo forums being genre based, not technique based.

    HDR is a processing technique, so if you are seeking guidance on how to do it, the post processing help forum is the place to ask
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    Hi Rick

    Thanks for the explanation...it makes sense.

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