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For me looks like the colour temperature of two photos is different. So I will recommend first to correct this and then blend them. Will be good to use RAW images when merge to HDR to get better effect.


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I wouldn't even attempt to overlay two images with such disparate perspectives. I'd take the frame I liked the best [the top one obviously in this case for the sky] & just HDR it. This is Aurora HDR just at default settings. There are a million tweaks you could make to this, from hardly noticeable to "it hurts my eyes" - but we only have a tiny ...


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