Are you inspired by HDR photography?
If you’ve been following me for awhile, you know that’s my newest passion. (read more about HDR photography)
If you’ve ever tried your hand at HDR, its time to see your work.
A new site, HDRcreme allows you to share your work, look through the photo gallery, and vote on your favorites. I’ve added their feed to my favorites – I just love the look. Let me know if you post anything – I’d love to see what you’re doing.
We’re heading out this weekend for a business retreat – and to have a change of scenery. The Rockies are beautiful anytime of the year, so we thought we’d head up to a few of our favorite places and try are hand at a new technique – HDR photography, or High Dynamic Range technique.
HDR creates amazing images – almost surreal – that gives you a sense of being in a different time and place.
HDR is created through tone mapping using bracketed exposures. To create one image, you end up taking a series of images – one at the correct exposure, a variety under and over exposed – and combine them into one dynamic image. The highlights and shadows are all represented, giving it the surreal look.
photo source smashingmagazine – check out the other 35 shots
I pulled just a couple here to show you what other photographers have captured. If you’ve experimented with HDR, I’d love to see your work.