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HDR Weekly : Keep It Simple

The S Dillon Ripley Center along Jefferson Drive Southwest in Washington DC by SimplyNess This weeks HDR Tip is all about keeping things simple. Here’s a few points: HDR photographs doesn’t have to surrealistic or fantasy like looking images, maybe that’s the reason why some consider it as fake or out of this world. HDR […]

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Weekly HDR – Cloudy and Cold

Just a quick post for this weeks hdr photo. Still busy and a lot of catching up to do. It was 8 pm Eastern about 20deg cold and damp at the National Mall in DC. I was planning on taking some photos of the Old Post Office but, it rain even before I got there […]

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Having Fun In The Streets with HDR

It’s been a really busy, crazy week for me. I know, this should have been posted yesterday and I apologize. Finally I’ve managed to process some photos I took at Georgetown in DC during the Georgetown Merriment last weekend. It was fun but really hard to move around because of the cold weather, it was […]

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Part II – Testing Luminance HDR 2.0.1 – Free HDR Imaging Software.

Read Part I here: Ok, after using Luminance for a week I find it to be a great HDR tool, with it’s current feature set and capabilities, I can honestly tell that it’s tone mapping capabilities is better than the tone mapping capabilities of Adobe Photoshop CS5, and other free hdr softwares like Picturenaut and […]

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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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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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