HDR Imaging has become quite popular. For some, it represents a novelty; for others, creative process; and to me, "a sensor with a huge range". The images you see on many HDR fora on various photo sharing sites mostly depict choked highlights and … [Read more...] about HDR Imaging
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Well, not exactly but perhaps a mini HDR; but a very useful one at that. There are numerous articles, Web tutorials, books written about the high dynamic range image processing and for a good reason. The process yields remarkable results with … [Read more...] about Single File HDR, really?
As this photograph zooms in on the details of the lead photograph in the previous one, our attention will get closer to the photographic aspects of the discussion. In the previous post, I tried to establish a backdrop for architectural photography. … [Read more...] about Architectural Photography – 2
One of the neglected, and often violated element in photography is the mood. Sitting in your living room on a bright sunny day look around and notice how dark the interior looks compared to the bright outside. Our visual system, being extremely … [Read more...] about Preserving Mood in Photographs
The long-awaited update to Lightroom 6 is finally here. Software updates create anticipation and excitement fueled by the new features added to the new release, and Lightroom has had its share of anticipation. There has been a lot of hype and fanfare … [Read more...] about Adobe Lightroom 6 Is Out
Wishes are easy to make, sometimes too easy. Yet, we all wish for things and hope that they will come true. In that vein, I have the following list of things I wish in several different categories. There is a bit of humor in the items depending on … [Read more...] about Wishes For 2015
I have been writing about the excessive editing of digital images and how unnecessary these edits are. I even challenged the PSA and other photographic organizations to discourage these ill-conceived practices. Along these lines, I wrote a comment … [Read more...] about National Geographic Says …