Sunday, May 29, 2011

The Hidden Sculpture of Love

Before Shot: This is the middle exposure of three shots taken.

Before & After - HDR Photography

Here is a perfect example of why I love the HDR process and what is possible as opposed to 'conventional' methods. To the right you can see one of the three shots I took before I processed them as an HDR image - Below this is the HDR version combining all three exposures. I plan to write up an HDR tutorial one day and publish it free on this site.

Photo: The Hidden Sculpture of Love

This place was discovered by a friend of mine who happened upon it on one of her many wanderings around Melbourne city. Taking the long way home one night, I stopped by this place and set up for a few bracketed exposures like some sort of crazed photo maniac. On this particular shoot, I manually set my focus to infinity. I'm actually surprised how well this turned out and the overall image was nice and sharp.

Photo by, Jason Cook

1 comment:

  1. Wow, I like this shot! Great colors and the staute is gorgeous


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