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?
Spring has sprung.
I added HDR effect to this image to give it more detail.
3 shot exposure, 2 stops.
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.
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 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?
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.
Here is a look from high-above just as you enter downtown Miami, FL. Unseen to the left is the American Airlines Arena. Notice the sidewalks. Very cool. You don’t see the designs as well from street level.
HDR effect was added to bring out detail and grain.
Lincoln Road in SouthBeach Miami, FL is know for it’s high-end shopping. But it’s also a good place to people-watch and to relax under a palm tree.
I added HDR effect to add the grain and the “pop” art effect.