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Posts tagged “HDR

A few things…

There will be some changes coming to the blog in the next week. I am integrating this blog into the main website: http://www.rpphotography.net . The (dot) net site is the company page that will then contain this blog. No need to update any of your bookmarks.

I found a pretty cool app that allows you to do single image HDR on the iPhone (probably also available for other devices as well).

This is a shot using that program; the oldest continuously run light house in the US: Havre de Grace lighthouse

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The Skeleton Roof

While in Philadelphia, a quick shot inside the Philadelphia Convention Center.  These large structures with the exposed supports are always very cool.  This particular location had the added bonus of having skylights.

Roof Skeleton - Nikon D700, Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8, f/2.8, 70mm, ISO 250, 3 exposure HDR, handheld

Processed this photograph with HDR Efex Pro by Nik Software""PhotoTools 2.5 Professional Edition"" by onOne, FocalPoint 2 by onOne, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3"" and Adobe Photoshop Extended CS5 [Mac]"".  I believe I’ve found a pretty good rhythm when working with all of these tools now.  Photoshop will always be a learning battle because of the depth of the program, but the others are coming along quite nicely.


The Not so Dead-end Alley

While traveling with my good friend Rich, we stumbled upon a few nooks and crannies… what we thought was going to be a dead-end, wasn’t… Take a quick look at his rendition as well.

I spent quite a bit of time with this image in Photoshop, onOne, Photomatix and Lighroom to get what I was seeing through my eyes and in my head while we were on location.  I believe this is a fair representation of both what I was seeing and what I wanted to see … if that makes sense…

The Not so Dead-end Alley
Nikon D700, Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8, f/9, 26mm, ISO 100, 7 exposure HDR