Category: hdr

Ain’t no storm

Is not storm until the heavy rain is coming.

ain't no storm


No day?

No day passing without a new panorama? I’m joking, that would be to much. I’m playing with those for a while and will move on.

panorama

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The two towers

This is no fantasy, but the day to day reality.

the two towers

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Birds up, birds down

There are birds in the sky and there are something like birds on the water too.

birds up down

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Flight

The gull flying over the lake.

flight

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Island

The series of pseudo-HDR images are closing to its end, now an island awaiting the storm.

island

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Under the horse

People waiting for an open-air concert to start.

under the horse

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Bridge

Despite the appearance, this is really a peaceful place.

bridge

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Duck’s paradise

It can be debated if the place is a paradise or an inferno for the ducks.

duck paradise

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Park and clouds

Yet another walk in the park, a landscape photo over the lake and a bit of post-processing.

park clouds

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Editing a bit of drama

Not having anything planned, I didn’t carry a tripod with me, so here is how I made it: the singe RAW (.cr2) image opened with UFRaw (the GIMP plugin version) and saved as 3 JPEGs: -1, 0 and +1 exposure. JPEGs imported in Luminance HDR and assembled as not a very obvious HDR, edit levels for more drama and export as one JPEG. Some final tweaks with GIMP and the result is this.

editing a bit of drama

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