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HDR Photography

This is my first attempt at High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography. Simply put, HDR photography is a series of photos taken with a camera mounted on a tripod. By changing the amount of time the camera's sensor is exposed to light and then combining all the pictures together the result is a picture containing the full range of light similar to what we see with our eyes. Due to limits of what can me seen on a computer monitor or printed on a printer the HDR photograph is processed by using software (I'm using Photomatix)to create a low dymanic range photo. Click on the link to see the series of photos used to create this HDR picture.

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