As The Fog Lifts

As The Fog Lifts


Monday, January 19, 2009

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Voted "Noteworthy" in the the July 7th, 2011 Photo Friday Challenge for the category of Wilderness. Thanks to all that voted!!!

Here’s another experiment with HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography. I’m not sure I’m a true fan of the application yet but I am warming up to it. This shot just seemed to cry out for it though. It is composed of 5 exposures each at 1.5 stops apart. None of the original RAW files were usable due to the obvious harsh lighting conditions. But I must say that I am quite pleased with these results. I’m beginning to think that HDR does have its place if utilized under the right situation.

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EXIF Data:
| Camera: PENTAX K10D
| Focal Length: 28 mm
| Exposure: 1/60 sec
| Aperture: f 13
| ISO: 400
| Flash: Fired

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Latest Comment

 

  • Thomas on Sunday, March 15, 2009
    Bravo. Very inspirational and excellent use of lighting.

  • The Obvious on Friday, March 20, 2009
    This is a great photo, very well crafted! I agree with you on not liking HDR stuff much, but that is because we see so much ugly HDR photos. Yours works quite well.
    The only thing that lets me know this is an HDR is the upper left corner, where the sky could actually be brighter, and the back of the thin tree to the right, which could be darker. Other than that, it's one of the most subtle HDRs I've seen in a while.
    Well done!
    Titus

  • IvyC. on Sunday, November 15, 2009
    An eye catcher!

  • Julie Shaw on Monday, June 27, 2011
    nice

  • Photographer from London on Sunday, July 10, 2011
    Well deserved Photo Friday!
As The Fog Lifts

As The Fog Lifts


Monday, January 19, 2009

photofriday.com

Voted "Noteworthy" in the the July 7th, 2011 Photo Friday Challenge for the category of Wilderness. Thanks to all that voted!!!

Here’s another experiment with HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography. I’m not sure I’m a true fan of the application yet but I am warming up to it. This shot just seemed to cry out for it though. It is composed of 5 exposures each at 1.5 stops apart. None of the original RAW files were usable due to the obvious harsh lighting conditions. But I must say that I am quite pleased with these results. I’m beginning to think that HDR does have its place if utilized under the right situation.

Tags & Categories

EXIF Data:
| Camera: PENTAX K10D
| Focal Length: 28 mm
| Exposure: 1/60 sec
| Aperture: f 13
| ISO: 400
| Flash: Fired

Histogram

Histogram

Latest Comment

 

  • Thomas on Sunday, March 15, 2009
    Bravo. Very inspirational and excellent use of lighting.

  • The Obvious on Friday, March 20, 2009
    This is a great photo, very well crafted! I agree with you on not liking HDR stuff much, but that is because we see so much ugly HDR photos. Yours works quite well.
    The only thing that lets me know this is an HDR is the upper left corner, where the sky could actually be brighter, and the back of the thin tree to the right, which could be darker. Other than that, it's one of the most subtle HDRs I've seen in a while.
    Well done!
    Titus

  • IvyC. on Sunday, November 15, 2009
    An eye catcher!

  • Julie Shaw on Monday, June 27, 2011
    nice

  • Photographer from London on Sunday, July 10, 2011
    Well deserved Photo Friday!


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