I have posted this one in http://forums.steves-digicams.com/ar...ts-really.html
in the Architecture-forum, but belive it would fit in this thread here nicely as it shows a perfect example that speaks for the use of HDR.
It was the challenge to picture something shot straight against the sun (Yes I know, it's a hazy one, but still...) and still get enough details in the shadows, that I could not resist!
Dynamic-Photo HDR (which I grow more and more found of - at the expense of Dynamix Pro) has done a perfect job in getting out all the details I wanted.
Blokkene på Nygårdsbryggen i Fredrikstad:
This is the middle-exposure of the above 3-exposure HDR:
Quote: "Buying a camera doesn't make you a photographer. - It makes you a camera owner".
Curious about my photography
You may look up my small portfolio on the Norwegian photo-forum: http://walter_s.foto.no/
- click - "LATEST
" on left bottom of page.
You may then click any thumbnail to view the picture and click again on the displayed picture for an unobstructed full screen view. Enjoy!