the wider view

Experimenting with HDR (high dynamic range) photography and an ultra-wide perspective at Boston’s Christian Science complex. Shot with a Nikon D7000 and Sigma 10-20 lens. Three bracketed shots merged together in Photomatix Pro.

An HDR tutorial is in the works…

Post by Rey

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2 Responses to the wider view

  1. 2guysphoto says:

    I’ve always said the best HDR (like a good toupee) is the one where you can’t tell that it is just that. And this image is a perfect example – good exposure in the light and dark areas without screaming “I’ve been processed to death!” The composition is also good – that path on the right draws us right into the scene, and our eyes take a left turn at the far end to the beautiful facades of the buildings. Well done. I’m wondering if your photo editor has a perspective correction feature. If so, you could straighten the lean in those buildings in a jiff.

    Posted by Ed

  2. 2guysphoto says:

    Thanks, Ed. Perspective correction is something I never think of until after the fact. Good tip.

    Posted by Rey

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