Saturday, August 04, 2007

HDR of a house in Kearney




This is an HDR photo of a home in Kearney, Nebraska. It was assembled with Photoshop CS3 using 9 photographs, each spaced one stop apart, at f/5.6 using a 20D and a Canon 10-22 lens. The shortest exposure was 1/2 second, the longest was 242 seconds.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I kind of don't like it.. but maybe i miss the point? don't know.

Ryan McGinnis said...

It's nothing exciting -- more just a compliment to the other HDR photo I took of a home right next door. :)

Anne said...

Welcome back to the land of posting! It's been a month, I hope you have good photos to share!

Sophia said...

I would have liked it more if it weren't for the bit of house on the right, but other than that it's great!

I'm interested in this HDR movement myself, but a little afraid: The process produces a different look every time!

Mike said...

Nice. Most importantly, welcome back to posting from me too. I have very few chasers/photogs I check with any sort of regularity, and you'd be one of them. Seems so few post often anymore.

Doing the meteor thing tomorrow night?