I noticed how the sunrises right behind the TigerDirect logo. I thought it would make an interesting HDR image. What do you think?
3 shots taken at -2,0,+2.
Here is a sunrise image taken from North Miami, FL.
HDR effect was added to give detail and a heavy grain look.
This was a sunrise shot taken on a cloudy morning in Athens, GA.
This a 3 exposure, 2 stop HDR image. The exposures were long, 3-10 seconds, in order to blur the car headlights.
Sometimes you can go too far on a picture with HDR, this is one of them.
I went too far just to see how much grain and detail I could get from this image. I like the colors but I think effect maybe too much. What do you think?
Here is another of the HDRs that I did of the new building construction.
This is where HDR really shines.
The walls were so dark and the window light was very strong. I was able to balance and even give the metal a “metal” look.
I wanted to share the uncropped version of yesterday’s pic. I cropped my shadow out. I thought it took away from the doorway.
What do you think? Cropped? Uncropped? OR even cropped as a square without my shadow?
I was photographing a new school/church being built yesterday. There were a lot of great angle and textures.
I really like this doorway. I added HDR effect to bring out detail in the brinks. It also added a glow down the hallway around the ceiling lights. Nice.
3 exposures, -2, 0, +2 stops.
Down at the local movie theater in Key West, FL., Marilyn stands over a heating grate having your dress blown up. She does this all the time. Why? She is a statue.
I did a 3 exposure, 2 stop, HDR effect of this image. The effect was to add detail and texture.
I wanted to bring out the detail and the highlights in the center of the palm tree, so I shot this tree in 3 exposures. +2, 0, -2, handheld.
I then combined the images in Photoshop to make a HDR image. The tree has a little glow to it. I think it gives it a warmth. Makes you feel as if you are lying on the beach looking up at the palm.
This is the train that goes from Durango to Silverton, Colorado.
I added HDR effect, converted to black and white, and gave it a boarder to give it that “old” feel. What do you think?