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BisselBrookJune.jpg
BisselBrookJune.jpgBissel Brook in June10 viewsWhen I stopped here the other day as i occasionally do, extreme contrast between the sunlit woods above the falls and the shaded area below demanded HDR to create a decent image so I thought it would be worth a try. This is the result I like best so far. Comments and suggestions are invited. 6 commentsEd Hodgson
ChurchHDRFattal.jpg
ChurchHDRFattal.jpgThe church reprise8 viewsThis year I spotted what looked like a nice image potential with the modeled church my father-in-law made set off by reflections of the Christmas tree in the adjacent sunroom window. Extreme contrast between the reflected lights and lit stained glass windows and darker elements in the scene made HDR processing the only way I could see to capture the scene. I think it came out pretty well, but will welcome suggestions for improvement.Ed Hodgson
endersHDR1a.jpg
endersHDR1a.jpgEnders 116 viewsThe focus and diriver for using HDR was to capture the bright detail in ice around the cascade without losing detail in the darker rocks above. This might have been achieved as well in post processing a single image (unsure - I didn't try a comparative case)
HDR processing using Luminance HDR - available as a free download on hte web.
Ed Hodgson
endersHDR2.jpg
endersHDR2.jpgEnders 226 viewsThe photographic challenge here was getting detail in the bright snow, retaining subtle color in the sky and good exposure and detail in the darker woods looking downstream. HDR processing seemed very helpful in getting a result I liked.Ed Hodgson
FRFattalHDR.jpg
FRFattalHDR.jpgHoliday HDR Experiment 16 viewsIn a continuing effort to harness HDR effectively, I tried a couple of scenes with difficult lighting taking 6 to 9 exposures and then trying to optimize results with each of the algorithm options offered by the freeware HDR processing program "Luminance HDR" I got results I liked better than I was able to achieve without HDR processing in both cases, but the result I liked best for each of these two images used a different algorithm though I would have said lighting was similar in both.Ed Hodgson
FRWMantiuk08HDR.jpg
FRWMantiuk08HDR.jpgHoliday HDR Experiment 29 viewsThis is the second, close-up scene including more prominent inclusion of outdoor elements.Ed Hodgson
HDR_AOF2.jpg
HDR_AOF2.jpgRob Fisher - Avon Old Farms School20 views3 image HDRRob Fisher
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lights5HDR.jpgNavajo Nativity10 viewsChristmas lights and nativity pieces on and above our fireplace mantle.Ed Hodgson
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lightsHDR1.jpgMill Pond Village near sunset 10 viewsTrying to get good exposure & focus across lights, sunset glow in sky and darker building surfaces at widely varying range from camera.Ed Hodgson
Valuable1.jpg
Valuable1.jpgValuable 117 viewsThe church was scratch built by my father-in-law before his death a few years ago scaled for his LGB trains. Teh photographic challenge was getting good exposure for lights, church & surroundings, and shadow. HDR processing seemed to help a lot in achieving a result I like.3 commentsEd Hodgson
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