Tuesday, April 03, 2007

HDR Sunrise


I've been fooling around with some new software that creates High Dynamic Range images, which is basically one composite photo from multiple differently exposed photos. In this sunrise photo from yesterday, normally if you expose for the sky, you get nothing but silhouettes of the trees and houses and such, or if you expose for the trees and houses, your sky completely burns out. This photo was made by taking three photos at different exposures, and then the good areas of each photo are combined to make one image.

1 comment:

stacey said...

What software are you using to do that? That's pretty cool. E-mail me if you could. sabshire at gmail dot com