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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Color Houses!

I feel so bad about the total lack of attention to my personal blog here! Been so super busy over at Tiffany Doodles.  So, I thought I would do random posts from some of my personal photograph stash!!

I have been really into the HDR photography lately. For those of you who don't know; that means High Dynamic Range.  You need a steady tripod for your camera to capture anywhere from 3 to 5 photos at different exposures, averaging about 2 stops between increments.  Which means you take a really dark photo, a normal exposure and then one over-exposed.  The purpose of this is to capture all of the information in the highlights, midtones, and shadows.  Then you import all of these exposures into your photo editing software and through the magic of Photoshop and some plugins for your tone mapping you get something that looks like this!!  Maybe one day I'll do a tutorial if you really want me too!!
Enjoy!  More to come soon!  Thanks for looking!  Click to enlarge.


Anonymous said...

Beautiful pictures! I would love to see a tutorial.


Robin said...

The HDR processing is well done! What HDR software did you use? I usually use either Photomatix and/or Nik HDR Efex and sometimes blend with Topaz Adjust. Great work! Please post your tutorial.

Tiffany said...

Hi Robin! I have Photomatix and Topaz, as well as lots of Lightroom presets too! This particular image was done in Topaz adjust! Thanks for looking!

Karen Wilson said...

Wow!! See, I REALLY need to take a course!!!

Ask Zenpool said...

Hi thanks for sharinng this

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