Friday, August 17, 2007

Local Lincoln Church in HDR

I had to shoot a wedding this past week; I've been going through the shots. I made a point of shooting an HDR of the place (St. Teresa) while I was there. Not quite Notre Dame, but not bad for Lincoln, Nebraska. :)


ZFR said...

Awesome HDR tutorial Ryan.

What's sort of rig do you use to take pictures?

Just wondering. I'm new to photography. Just bought a D80 a few weeks ago. Your blog has been an inspiration.

Ryan McGinnis said...

Hi! I use a Canon EOS 20D with the Canon 10-22 EF-s lens, the "nifty 50" Canon 50mm 1.8 lens, and the Canon 70-200 2.8IS lens. Most of the HDR stuff is with the 10-22. :)

I've heard good things about the D80 -- I think it might even allow you to do tons of bracketing easily. The Canon only does 3 shot autobracketing, but I think some of the Nikon gear will do 7 or 9 shot autobracketing. That'd be killer for shooting HDR!