2009-01-30

Skywatch Friday #13

skywatch friday

Parcel D

HDR (High Dynamic Range) Photography is the process of taking multiple photo exposures and merging them together into a single 32 bit image. I've seen a lots of this amazing HDR image on the net and I would love to learn more about it. So, I'm googling around with a keyword "create HDR image", and I've found a simplest and very useful tutorial at Backing Winds that help me create this HDR image for this week Sky Watch Friday. Look what I've done to this dull and uninteresting photo (below)..isn't awesome ;). I knew it doesn't perfect yet, as this is just my first attempt on HDR image.

Parcel D B4 HDR

19 comments:

  1. Wow I love what you did with that shot, outstanding.

    Cheers!
    Regina In Pictures

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  2. I'm impressed! I love the richness of color in your results.

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  3. Wow, that's amazing. I've seen some pictures with HDR in magazines but not the before and after you show.

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  4. Beautiful, I should try HDR one of this day.

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  5. Wow Bintang, I suka the first gambar, mcm surreal like dat! ;)

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  6. That's an awesome first attempt. It's certainly has turned the sky into something very dramatic and menacing..

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  7. Thanks for the tutorial! I'm investigating now

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  8. this is interesting...i too, will have to look at this process in my spare time.
    thanks for sharing :)
    have a great weekend.

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  9. Thanks all for visiting my SWF...
    There will be more HDR image will be post here :)

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  10. Fascinating - I didn't know about this. A very striking effect.

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  11. You have created a piece of art out of your photo, stunning drama in the image.

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  12. It looks very promising as a first attempt. Keep ´em coming!

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  13. You have given it a rather awesome end of world weather look. Very impressive. I think it's always good to mention whenever a picture has had major editing done. Which you did here of course. Kind regards.

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  14. I can't believe that!
    Did your London bridge photo was also HDR filtered?

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  15. Odzyskiwanie Danych:
    Hi! and welcome to my site.
    It's really hard to pronounce your nick name ;)
    Yes, the 2nd photo was edited with HDR.

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