Monday, February 06, 2012

HDR Photo Processing

On Sunday morning our extraordinary great weather continued with a beautiful blue sky and temperatures in the 50s. I took advantage and took a little tour out to our local nature reserve, Celery Bog, to take some pictures for my new photo obsession, HDR photo processing. It’s quite cool and if you’re interested in learning more, take a look at this excellent website that has it fully explained with some superb and amazing photo examples.

I have only started playing with this and have lots to understand before getting better. Shown below are some of the pictures I took and below each picture I show what a HDR processed picture looks like. For those that are interested in more details, shown at the bottom are some details.

Camera mounted on a tripod, set in aperture priority mode at f/22, ISO 100, an auto exposure bracket set at -2, 0 and +2, no flash, focal length 67mm. The three resulting photos were processed in Aperture 3 using a HDR plug-in from Photomatix. 

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