Hungry? Hungry for some HDR berries?
I don’t really know what kind of berries these are. (I forgot to read the label under the bush). But I liked the color and texture they had.
I then did a 3 exposure, 2 shot, HDR process to the image.
Leading line, leading fence. Tomatoe, tomato.
I saw this long white fence on the green grass leading your eye from near to far. If your eyes follow the fence, what will you see at the end? Sky? More fence? The future? Tell me.
This was taken inside the distribution center (DC) of a major computer retailor.
Sometimes HDR is overdone and sometimes it is what is needed for the image. I really like the way this image turned out. What do you think?
This is a 3 exposure, 2 stop HDR image.
I thought this was different. 3 shades of horses, in a row.
I thought I would share one of my favorite images. It is from the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta in New Mexico. I took this as I was flying over the balloon field.
I found this old gas station in Watkinsville, GA.
This is a 3-exposure, 2-stop HDR image. Processed in Photomatix.
I like the detail and the slight glow it has. What do you think?
Here is a little green for St. Patrick’s Day.
This was one of the many reflection ponds in Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden in Coral Gables, FL. Great way to spend the day.
I added some tone mapping to add more detail.
On a sunrise shoot, I took this shot and didn’t think much about it. It wasn’t very interesting. So I decided to play with filters.
I combined 3 exposures and used such filters as tone mapping, edge find, and high key. It has a “comic book” feel to it.
I think it turned out pretty good. Do you like it?
On one of our last nights in South Miami, my wife and I drove around and I shot neon signs. I like the way this sign stands out from the building color.
I added HDR effect to add detail.
While taking a walk one day in South Miami, I saw this iguana. It was about 2 feet long. He didn’t care that I was taking his picture, but after a couple of shots, he walked away.