Deviant Login Shop  Join deviantART for FREE Take the Tour
×



Details

Submitted on
October 30, 2008
Image Size
3.0 MB
Resolution
1600×2431
Link
Thumb
Embed

Stats

Views
1,809
Favourites
6 (who?)
Comments
8
Downloads
27

Camera Data

Model
Canon EOS 400D DIGITAL
Shutter Speed
97/100000 second
Aperture
F/6.4
Focal Length
30 mm
ISO Speed
100
Date Taken
Jul 25, 2008, 1:16:23 PM
×
Road Trip IV by ClaireCollyer Road Trip IV by ClaireCollyer
I still hadn't got around to working all the car shots so here is another HDR image :)
I hope you like it and as always CC is encouraged!

Also See Road TripII

-----------------------------------------------------------------------
All work shown in my gallery is Copyright protected and not property of the public domain!
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Add a Comment:
 
:icontsemalon:
what exactly is the difference between HDR and.. whatever is not HDR?
Reply
:iconclairecollyer:
HDR stands for high dynamic range. and it is where you take 3 or more photos of the one subject using either AEB setting on your camera or by manually selecting 3 or more different exposures for example a over exposed perfectly exposed and underexposed image then using either photoshop or a program like photomatix you merge the 3 or more exposures to create an image that overall has an exposure that would otherwise be imposable to achieve. An example of this would be to take a portrait of a bride in a car with a window behind her. In order to get your brides face perfectly exposed your window and whatever is outside will be overexposed.... and some of the darker areas of the inside of the car may be underexposed and in shadow.... Taking a photo with the perfect exposure for your bride... then one for your sky or outside the window and then one for the places that are in shadow then using software merge the 3. At least that is how i understand it to be! :giggle:
Reply
:icontsemalon:
oh wow, that is really cool!
but isn't that very very hard, as the subjects move?
Reply
:iconclairecollyer:
yes yes it is hard! :giggle: especially when you are photographing little ones like heath who will not stay still! :giggle:
Reply
:icontsemalon:
:nod: indeed!
but what do you need HDR for when you shoot images at great distance, now wonder?
Reply
:iconnikonthog:
Nikonthog Oct 30, 2008  Professional Photographer
This is great, I LOVE IT :)
Reply
:iconclairecollyer:
thank you! :glomp: so glad you like it and of course thanx for the :+fav: your support is appreciated:glomp:
Reply
:iconnikonthog:
Nikonthog Oct 30, 2008  Professional Photographer
:)
Reply
Add a Comment: