Posts Tagged ‘HDR’

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in HDR

Apollo 14 Command Module at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, Florida

I’m finally beginning to look through photos I shot in February at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida. Being a rocket junkie I had a great time shooting lots of photographs and trying to see the many exhibits that are located in the complex. Unfortunately I only had one day to wander around, I could have […]


NIK HDR Efex Pro 2

Lone tree at Torrey Pines State Natural Preserve, California - HDR image

HDR ( high dynamic range) photography has become quite popular the past few years, likely due to the amazing work of Trey Ratcliff at Stuck in Customs. While I haven’t spent very much time specifically doing photography with HDR in mind, part of the new software package I just purchased from NIK contains HDR Efex […]


High Dynamic Range Photography

Complete Guide to High Dynamic Range Digital Photography (A Lark Photography Book)

I have been exploring the use of HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography for about a year now and while I haven’t actually produced anything of value I still am fascinated by the results that one can achieve. What I have learned is that producing amazing photographs with HDR is a lot more difficult than it […]


What is HDR and why do we care?


I’ve heard a lot about HDR photography in the past few months and decided to take a look at what it is and what it can do. HDR stands for High Dynamic Range photography. In real world terms what that means is taking several pictures of the scene and changing the exposure setting in your […]