I went out last evening to work with the HDR bracketing feature in the Magic Lantern firmware on my 5D MKII. The images are more of a test under some pretty harsh lighting than trying to shoot “WOW” photos. I’m pretty impressed with what it will do so far. There will be more testing this…
My three entries for the photo club digital competition for April. The mums are a 25 frame stacked shot. Spoon and fork are 3 frames stacked and 3 image HDR. Paper boxes are just normal downtown Eugene. 8mm fisheye on the MK II. (click for larger view)
Ducks of a different age ~ Both shot with the 8mm fisheye on the crop sensor body. Both are three exposure HDR. (click for larger image)
I needed some images for a theme in our photography club competition and had been going to get out for weeks to shoot these. While the reflections would have been better in the street if it had been raining I just haven’t been in the mood to play outdoors at night in the rain. Exposure…
While at the Springfield Car show yesterday I was shooting low angle shots of a ’53 Bel Air. To get the angle I wanted I had the camera just about on the ground and was using an angled view finder so I could see what I was doing without having my chin on the grass….
Some images from our 2012 junk yard shoot. All were taken with the intention of HDR processing.
After looking at all of the “photography” that I keep seeing on different sites and in our club competitions I have come to the conclusion and I may be being a bit of a purest on images that I am shooting. I try to shoot what I see and process it the same way. With…
A bit of HDR processing on a fishing boat hull at Newport, Oregon.
Well are you tired of my HDR images yet? I’ll try and make this the last set for a while.
The images in this set are macro 1:1 shots of three separate images blended to make one image. You actually take a normal image and one over exposed and one under exposed and blend them together and then do some strange things with color saturation and some other things that you don’t really care about.
Anyway the objects in the photos are the rivets holding the steel plates together that make up an old railroad tank car that hauled water. Steel, water and lack of maintenance can make for some very interesting close up photography. I give you … Riveted…