Category: HDR

Anderson Park Art Gallery

Variations Of HDR Photography

I am not a planner! I seldom, if ever, plan what story I am going to tell in a post. In many ways, this is a bad thing because it means that I am not targetting a specific niche or a particular audience, and so makes a bit of a mockery of using SEO to boost my blog readership. On the other hand, not planning ahead is quite fun because I never have to...

St Mary's Basilica Invercargill

Love It Or Hate It – HDR Photography

Love it or hate it, HDR photography is an accepted, almost mainstream, style of photography. Whether HDR can be called a style or not is open to debate as it is more the post processing associated with multiple exposure images of the same subject. But this post is not about HDR photography – it is about whether or not people like images that have been processed to HDR, or by tone mapping. Many photographers...

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HDR Photography

Dabbling with HDR photography I’ve been dabbling a bit lately with HDR photography. if you are unfamiliar with what HDR means – it is quite straight forward. HDR photography is high dynamic range photography. For some time now I’ve been aware of photos that I’ve found on the ‘net that really leap out and almost slap you in the face because of their high contrast and vibrant colours. Some images that I’ve seen are, to...