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  • WDW HDR images

    I just posted two threads. One for the HDR images, and one for the colorized Near IR photos. This thread is for the HDR images.

    I just completed a couple of photo projects from some of my Walt Disney World photography from December 2006 and July 2007. There are two projects, an HDR project (photos all taken July 2007) and a colorized Near IR project. The Epcot photos were taken December 2006 and July 2007. The Animal Kingdom photos were all taken in July 2007.

    I have included a sample of the photos here, but I think they look much better on my site because I use a gallery with a black background. The images seem pop off the page when on the black background. You may view the sample of images I have included here, and/or go to my site at: http://www.anaheimtoorlando.com/wdwhdr/index.html to see my complete (so far) WDW HDR image gallery. You can also just go to Anaheim to Orlando scroll down the left side of the page and check out some of my other projects.

    Enjoy!

    CU@DL

    Andy

    The sample of HDR images follow:

    This image is of a water way in EPCOT the image is divided, on the left side you see an image as it came from the camera, a pretty good image, but the image in the right was produced using HDR techniques. I believe it is a much richer image.



    This image is the same as the previous image, but it is just the HDR image.



    This image is of Expedtiton Everest in the Animal Kingdom. Like the first image, the left part is as it came from the camera, the right was produced using HDR techniques.



    The final image is of Expedition Everest in the Animal Kingdom. It was produced using HDR techniques.



    To see the entire gallery, go to: http://www.anaheimtoorlando.com/wdwhdr/index.html
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    Re: WDW HDR images

    I'm not sure I like the HDR so much (they are too dark for my taste, and art is subjective), but I love your infrared photos!!!!! Thanks for sharing.
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      Re: WDW HDR images

      Originally posted by nbodyhome View Post
      I'm not sure I like the HDR so much (they are too dark for my taste, and art is subjective), but I love your infrared photos!!!!! Thanks for sharing.
      HDR and the Infared techniques are two different techniques, I'm still learning and practicing both.

      Thanks for looking and your comments and opinions are appreciated as well.

      CU@DL

      Andy
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