Category Archives: HDR

BW Versions of Yesterday's HDR

Just to take yesterday’s images the next step, I converted the two tire pictures to B&W to see how they fared. I converted them using CS3’s Black & White¬† Adjustment tool. To keep the comparison fair, I used the same … Continue reading

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2 More HDR

First, just to get it out of the way, I have a thing for signs. Texture and signs. Better yet, texture on signs. Someday maybe we’ll get into the why. For now, we’re just going over the how. Particularly, the … Continue reading

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HDR – Technique or Fad

Here’s a great discussion on HDR by R.C. Concepcion at Layers Magazine. Is it a valid technique or a fad? Why Does HDR bring out the best/worst in you as a Photographyer? – by R.C. Concepcion It comes down to, … Continue reading

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HDR with Photomatix

I ran the same images I did my last HDR from through Photomatix to see what you get from paying for something (except I haven’t paid for it yet – doing the trial thing – but it’s supposed to be … Continue reading

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Cool new thing (for me) – HDR

A new discovery (at least for me) – HDR or High Dynamic Range Images. See Wikipedia – HDR for a good definition. The idea is to take bracketed exposures of the same image and¬†merge them to increase the image’s dynamic … Continue reading

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