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dublin docks in hdr

  High-Dynamic-Range image... a very scientific name for a very simple technique.

  HDR consist in taking 3 or more pictures of the same subject under different exposures (from the darkest to the lightest) and merging them in one to benefit from a single photo where highlights and darks are equally exposed.
  You can check this post out for a demonstration of this technique.

  Even though the photo might look a bit surreal at first, I surprised myself loving the result, making the subject a very cracking shot ! And what could have been better than taking HDR pictures in the docks, where old and modern buildings are mixed up, giving this place a very high architectural interest.

  So here they are, my firsts HDR (shot with my EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6). Click on the vignette to enlarge.

Canon EOS 50D, f/4.0, 1/40 sec, 18mm, ISO 100

Canon EOS 50D, f/3.5, 1/40 sec, 18mm, ISO 125

Canon EOS 50D, f/3.5, 1/25 sec, 18mm, ISO 400

Canon EOS 50D, f/9.0, 1/200 sec, 18mm, ISO 100

Canon EOS 50D, f/3.5, 1/30 sec, 18mm, ISO 320

Canon EOS 50D, f/4.5, 1/20 sec, 37mm, ISO 1600

  See more HDR pics on my Flickr account.

Posted by wiwi21 at 10:52 - Architecture - Comments [1] - Permalink [#]
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  • Mon avis

    Beaucoup trop saturé.... c'est dommage...PApa

    Posted by Papounet, 28.02.11 à 07:34
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