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Experimenting with HDR photography

It’s been some time since my last post. Many things have happened – started working on wifi.com, some developments at Whisher, and have also started to look into HDR photography. HDR stands for high dynamic range, and it is best explained while following the tutorial by Trey Ratcliff, who creates frames like this one:

My first attempt at HDR is below – first, the normal exposure photo, and then the HDR result from composing three RAW images with Photomatix Pro (the crap on the top left is some fluff that made its way onto the camera sensor somehow – easily taken out with Photoshop):

Yes, I know the sky is grey and has halos, and Trey states that this will lead me to end up with no friends (who will curl up into a ball and cry, apparently), but I have to get good at masking on Photoshop first. You will find my HDR stream here. For these I’m using a Nikon D70 with a 16-80 VR lens. Here is another attempt:

Wow. It's Quiet Here...

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