Tag Archives: HDR

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Snowmass Village Ski Resort

Sometimes, the best images are right under your nose. While visiting Snowmass Village, Colorado recently, I was anxiously anticipating getting out on the mountain for my first day of skiing this year. But, on a […]

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Photographic Banquet

Last Friday evening, Carol and I joined my granddaughter Ava at her school for “Trunk or Treat,” a pre-Halloween event in which the kids got to do a little trick-or-treating in the school parking lot, […]

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Drive-In Nightmares

Yesterday early, +Michael White and I headed to what we thought was an abandoned drive-in theater for some blue-hour pre-dawn shots. What we found was a moderate sized crowd of people setting up for a […]

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Taking your HDR Work Beyond the Ordinary

In a series of posts originally published on TipSquirrel, I presented the following series of videos covering a comprehensive approach to HDR processing. I’ve tried to steer away from HDR as an end in itself; […]

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Extreme Camera Technology

Over the past few days, I’ve noticed some rather extreme photographic technologies brought to light. Will we ever see these in our own camera bags? Probably not (except maybe in the last example), but it’s […]

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Tarpon Springs – An HDR Adventure

I’ve been wanting to get back to Tarpon Springs for quite some time now… it has been several years since my last visit. It isn’t all that far away, but with traffic it amounts to […]

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