Let’s play a game. Can you guess what is different or unique about this image?
I added HDR effect to make it grainy, but that’s not the answer.
This was taken at the World of Coca-Cola Museum in Atlanta, Georgia.
Posted in HDR Tagged with: car, coke, HDR, hot rod, yellow
This is a sunrise off Miami Beach, FL. I added HDR effect to add grainy look.
Posted in HDR, Nature, Sunrise/Sunset Tagged with: beach, FL, HDR, Miami, sky, sunrise, sunset, water
This is a 3 exposure HDR image of a friends motorcycle. I used Photomatix for the effect.
Posted in HDR Tagged with: bike, chrome, HDR, motorcycle, tire
This is an old building that I found in Northern GA. I love the texture. I added a painted effect to it.
Posted in HDR, Travel Tagged with: HDR, old, shed, texture
This is the AAA, American Airlines Arena in Downtown Miami, FL. Taken after a NBA Heat game.
Posted in HDR, Travel Tagged with: aaa, american airlines, FL, HDR, Miami, Myeress, night
I took this at sunrise from the bottom of a small hill. I like the colors.
Posted in HDR Tagged with: car, clouds, HDR, Myeress, sky, sunrise, sunset
This is a HDR image taken at sunrise on Miami Beach, FL.
I like the way the splash shows up.
Posted in Beach/Water, HDR Tagged with: beach, FL, HDR, Miami, Myeress, sunrise, sunset, water
This is one of my favorite images. The waterlilly from the Reflection pond at the Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden in Miami, FL.
A little HDR effect was added to bring out the detail.
Posted in Flowers/Plants, HDR, Nature Tagged with: HDR, lilly, Myeress, nature, pond, water, waterlilly
While traveling in the SouthWest, I found this old truck in a small field. It was just begging to be photographed and then being turned into a HDR image.
It got its wish. This is one of my first, and favorite, HDR shots.
Leave me your feedback and comments. And those who really like this image, prints are available at FineArtAmerica, http://fineartamerica.com/featured/hdr-old-truck-joe-myeress.html
Posted in HDR Tagged with: HDR, Myeress, NM, old, SouthWest, SW, truck
Sometimes you use HDR a little to bring out details. And sometimes you can push it too much to make the image surreal. I tried to really push it on this image. I wanted a “bigger than real” look.
What do you think?
Posted in HDR Tagged with: building, HDR, Myeress, sky, store