Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Full Moon rising

Have you ever looked at a photo thought, "It looked a lot better
than that when I was there!" Well it DID. The photo hasn't the same
dynamic range as your eyes! I will not try to explain Dynamic Range
here, you can look it up on Google if you want.

HDR (High Dynamic
Range) is a method of post processing digital images that maintains the
full dynamic range of the image. The result is an image that can take
your breath away!

Really good HDR photos are made with more than one
photo, which I will explain in another post. This photo of the Kong
Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery in Singapore was made using ONE old
photo, and is technically an LDR (Low). This was done from an old
photo, that looked good, but not THIS good!

Full Moon rising on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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