January 7, 2010

Always Downtown Orlando

HDR Nature

Having the day off from work let me try to do some sunset shooting that I would normally be unable to do. Taking the opportunity of spare time I headed down to Lake Eola Park in Downtown Orlando to practice some HDR photos.
This was a 9 exposure shot that was combined in Photomatix and then processed in Photoshop.

SHARE
Related Posts
Featured
Fountain at Washington St
So many photos that I LOVE from today's quick walk around shoot with Betty. But if I had to pick one I do love the details in this HDR shot when it's blown up.
READ MORE
A New World through “Eyes of Fish”
It's always fun to use fisheye to shoot landscape or wedding/engagement photos. The fisheye lens takes in an extremely wide, hemispherical image and creates unique, distorted appearance, which suggests the curve of the Earth. Through adjusting the depth of aperture, we can create a different level of curve. Here is our beautiful downtown Orlando through "eyes of fish". Isn't that interesting? It's also interesting to use fisheye lens for engagement or wedding photos, the lens creates a special effort of imaging two person in love and their harmony relationship with the world around them. Fisheye lens always give us surprise in photography ...
READ MORE
Pullman Train Yard HDR Shoot, Jasmine Star Business Workshop, and Jennifer & Derek’s Wedding Sneak Peek Part 2!
Going to the Pullman Train Yard with the Southeastern Photographic Society to shoot HDR and time-lapse, also a preview of Jennifer & Derek's wedding at Red Top Mountain.
READ MORE