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.

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