September 15, 2009

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HDR – Inspiration

“Often explained as “seeing more like the human eye,” HDR imaging combines several shots of a given scene to overcome the exposure range limitations of traditional single-shot photography — and the final results have much more detail from shadows to highlights, and everywhere in between.” [from PopPhoto…Read full Article here!]

Many of these shots below would have been only the result of professional photographers, but these days nearly anyone with the correct guidance from the hundreds of tutorials out there on the internet, could create a masterpiece.

The best photo processing software for HDRs is Photomatix, which can be found here: http://www.hdrsoft.com

Here are some of the best HDR Images that I’ve seen on Flickr.com:

The Eiffel Tower in Paris

This awesome HDR photo of The Eiffel Tower in Paris was taken by kimdokhac

Crossing the November Sky by lrargerich

Crossing the November Sky by lrargerich

HDR Tree by Paulo Brandão

HDR Tree by Paulo Brandão

Reflections at the Lagoon by lrargerich

Reflections at the Lagoon by lrargerich

Eglise à Gentilly by kimdokhac

Eglise à Gentilly by kimdokhac

All photos displayed in this Article are CC BY 2.0

More amazing HDR Photographs:

Written by Mike

Michael Scott is the publisher and photographer behind Scott Photographics! He is very passionate about his photography and enjoys sharing the best of his experiences for others to enjoy too! Contact Mike via email!
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