It’s time to take the camera out again. Haven’t done much of that this summer although I did do some engagement pictures last weekend.
Here are 3 shots from the last summer or two that I had fun reworking in HDR. High Dynamic Range is a process that involves using software to combine mulitple images that have different exposures. Digital camera sensors can’t properly capture a scene when there are big contrast in lighting. So you take several shots of the same scene, taking several underexposed (or dark) to overexposed (bright). The software combines the images and you can keep them fairly realistic looking
or more artsy looking.
Kiss the summer goodbye, we are nearly at the fall season. Looks like September will be fuller than I thought.