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High Dynamic Range May 25, 2010

Filed under: Uncategorized — Sarah Hill @ 9:23 pm









Windshield01 – 21 May 2010, Bannock, MT. f/4, 10/1250, handheld, no edits

Windshield02 – 21 May 2010, Bannock, MT. f/4, 10/2500, handheld, no edits

Windshield03 – 21 May 2010, Bannock, MT. f/4, 10/5000, handheld, no edits

Vase01 – 21 May 2010, Bannock, MT. f/4, 10/100, handheld, no edits

Vase02 – 21 May 2010, Bannock, MT. f/4, 10/200, handheld, no edits

Vase03 – 21 May 2010, Bannock, MT. f/4, 10/400, handheld, no edits

Lid01 – 21 May 2010, Bannock, MT. f/3.5, 10/800, handheld, no edits

Lid02 – 21 May 2010, Bannock, MT. f/4, 10/1250, handheld, no edits

Lid03 – 21 May 2010, Bannock, MT. f/4, 10/2500, handheld, no edits

Portrait01 – 21 May 2010, Bannock, MT. f/3.2, 10/300, tripod, no edits

Portrait 02 – 21 May 2010, Bannock, MT. f/4, 10/1000, tripod, no edits

Portrait 03 – 21 May 2010, Bannock, MT. f/4, 10/4000, tripod, no edits

All of these photos were taken with a Sony DSC-HX1.  I think that Dynamic Photo and HDR has changed my life of photography forever.  I think it is genius!  It brings out so many more vivid colors and great textures!  It’s much closer to what the eye sees than a regular photo.  but you can also manipulate it and turn it into something not at all like what you originally saw.  I love Dynamic Photo!!!!!!!

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One Response to “High Dynamic Range”

  1. Andrea Balmforth Says:

    Well since I watched you do most of these HDR pictures, I thought I should comment officially on them! I love the one with the piano fron the doctors house. It looks amazing. I also really like the vase and thought that HDR really brought out the colors.


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