Category: HDR – High Dynamic Range Photography Tips

One Spring Afternoon – HDR

One Spring Afternoon, originally uploaded by sweetspot@f8. I was confined inside the house all week because of a heel injury. It prevented me from moving and doing a lot of things, including taking photos, but yesterday, when I look at the window I saw the this tree right out my windows and can’t really resist […]

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Too Late for Sunset – HDR

I was too late. In took me three minutes to setup, but the Sun is gone. Next time I’ll be ready. (^_^)

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Blizzard Aftermath

Taken on Sunday Feb. 7, 2010, day after the Blizzard. Camera : Canon Rebel XS 10.1MP Digital SLR Camera Lens : Tamron AF 17-50mm F/2.8 SP XR Di II VC (Vibration Compensation) Zoom Lens for Canon Digital SLR Cameras Exposure : 1/200sec at F11 Focal Length : 50mm ISO : 100 Mode : Aperture Priority […]

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Smithsonian Metro Station – HDR using Photoshop CS3

Photo of the Smithsonian Metro Station 1200 Independence Avenue SW Washington, DC 20004. This Station is named for its proximity to the Smithsonian Institution’s Museums and is also closed to the Washington Monument. This station serves the Blue and Orange Lines and the planned Silver Line. This simple HDR was processed using Adobe Photoshop CS3.

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Twilight at the Mall

Here are two photos I found on my Lightroom Library, featuring some of the Great Landmarks in Washington DC specifically The Mall. Both photos were taken on April 26, 2009. Allow me to briefly tell you something about The Mall, it refers to the area between the Lincoln Memorial and The Capitol, with the Washington […]

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Department of Agriculture – First HDR Photo Using Photoshop CS3

Photo of the Department of Agriculture. Independence Ave Washington DC This is my first attempt to create an HDR image so bear with me. What is HDR? HDR which means High Dynamic Range, is a set of techniques that allow a greater dynamic range of luminances between the lightest and darkest areas of an image […]

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