HDR photos

Some who know me, know that I am a amateur photography geek.  My father and I used to have a somewhat decent darkroom and the bug just hasn’t ever left.  I currently don’t really have the technology available(high quality digital camera) to try out the HDR technique, but I certainly will someday and it just might be a fun tool for enhancing the images that I take.  Check out the links over on GeekLimit and be sure to check out the flickr streams at the top of their post.

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  1. I didn’t know you were a shutter-bug. Anyway, thank you for pointing me to this. I honestly didn’t really look at too many examples of it before I “knew” I had to try this. Not exactly sure if I did it right, but here’s my first (without a tripod, and only using 3 different stops).

    I’ll definetly be taking more (with the tripod, though)! Let me know if you want to borrow my camera, to try it yourself, Shane.

  2. Thatedeguy says

    hmm… Looks good Tom. I think it gains some to have all 7 different exposure levels, but your’s turned out pretty well with just the three. My Minolta Maxxum 5 (film SLR) has a bracketing function and I always get my film developed to disc… I wonder if I couldn’t do that and play around with it a little…

    I’ll have to give it a try.