Written by timsdd on Tuesday, December 7th, 2010 in Vermont Pictures.
Written by timsdd on Tuesday, November 9th, 2010 in Vermont Pictures.
The title is somewhat misleading, but “best of” sounds better than “my most favorite ones” :p
Hands across the water, water, hands across the sky.
(almost) perfect timing; while I did not get any glow from the sun setting, at least the sky maintains some great blues before fading to black.
The lights outlining the buildings saved me like I said, since there was no moon.
It takes just the right picture to pull off these ‘grunge’ HDR’s. I’m still not quite sure what makes or breaks them but only 1/20 images fit perfectly, I’m sure glad it was these of Nubble!!
Handheld walking blur, sweeet.
Not even sure if i composed this shot, just pointed the camera skyward as low as the tri-pod would go!
Ha! I should have taken a close up of the blackboard to see what was written.
Written by timsdd on Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010 in Vermont Pictures.
I should post a thumbnail of all the pics in any given post so that you can see the differences between the HDR’s and the normal exposures. Only problem is, I don’t know if Bridge lets you do that!
I think it would have been epic to have been able to explore some of these old buildings but I do not know if that would have even been possible. I have a feeling that some aren’t fit to explore! A shame really.
One of the challenging aspects of dealing with HDR’s is the clouds.
They tend to move over the course of bracketing your exposures! So of they look a little funky in some of the shots, that is why. In fact in one of the shots (previous post) , it was TOO distracting and I just used the best single exposure for the sky and the rest of the shot was the HDR.