|Canon EOS Rebel XS, Promaster 19-35 lens @19mm, ISO 200, f/14, 1.0 sec. 3 exposures (-2)|
In this image, I positioned myself so that the large tree to the left of the frame and the pine trees in the background create framing around the small waterfall and the golden sunrise in the background. I knew that there was no way I was going to expose for the foreground and retain the blue sky and the golden sunlight striking the clouds in the background so I did some auto bracketing at -2. I enlisted the help of my brother Jim to apply his HDR expertise to the frames and viola.
Even without me giving any instructions Jim seems to process my images exactly how I was looking at them. Really love the way this one turned out. Thanks Jim.
Nice job guys, since it was a team effort :) I know what you mean about keeping the sky out, it's really hard to blend or make an HDR like this and a prevent halos. Great job!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the comments Eric.ReplyDelete
The POV here is perfect and awesome processing by Jim! Just beautiful!ReplyDelete
Very cool shot man. Like the orange of the sunset.ReplyDelete