Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Heritage Park in HDR II


The playground.

















The train tracks that run through the park. I honestly do not think that this photo would look good if that bush wasn't so red.



Here is an HDR Panoramic photo. Between the two of them there is 12 photographs shot in order to create what you see. I had to resize in order to fit it here. It is not a complete photo either, its just a rough edit to combine the two.

5 comments:

VanDog said...

They are a noble attempt, but could have been so much better if the sun had not left you. You should attempt a do over on Thursday if you have time. The weather promises to be better, and it would be cool to see the difference.

Hey imagine those pumpkins I shot last week in HDR?

♥ fashion chalet said...

Thank you so much for that great comment, it means a lot, coming from the view point of a photographer. :)

xo/ fashion chalet

Reducing in HM said...

I would love to have that last one framed in my living room, it's absolutly stunning!

S said...

Love the second one with the red bush, it's so cool!
HDR is such a wicked cool medium.

Jeffrey Byrnes said...

Peter,

Those pumpkins would have looked amazing in HDR!!!! It was a valid attempt to bring something new to lenshare. I am not sure how I feel about it. Part of me loves it, part of me thinks it is a total right hand turn away from traditional forms of photography. Either way HDR produces some unique and amazing results. Thank you for all the positive feed back about these photos.

Jeff