Entries from Picture This! tagged with 'hdr'

Still Using HDR at Disney's Animal Kingdom

Even with today's software tools like MacPhun's Intensify, I still find taking a set of photographs to create High Dynamic Range or HDR images worth my time in the field and in the digital dark room. With my cameras...

Disney Pic of the Week: Mission: SPACE

With clouds above, I used a set of 5 photographs from -2EV to +2EV to create a High Dynamic Range (HDR) image of Mission: SPACE in Epcot's Future World. Mission: SPACE pavilion in Epcot's Future World in HDR.Nikon D750/16-35VR,...

A Visit to Club Cool in Epcot

In 2005, Coca Cola re-imagined their popular Ice Station Cool in Epcot into Club Cool. Last year I brought in my camera with a Fisheye lens attached to photograph the coolest club in Epcot. The entrance to the Coca...

Harper's Mill in HDR

HDR Image of Harper's Mill on Tom Sawyer Island.Nikon D750/28-300VR, f/18, ISO 100, EV +0.3, 52mm Focal Length, HDR Image. How was your Thanksgiving? Eat alot? Out shopping today? Scott is doing both as he is visiting relatives in...

Photographs from a Cruise on the Disney Dream

I live in upstate New York near Lake Ontario and it has been a brutal past six weeks from late January to early March. In fact, not only was February of 2015 the coldest one ever, it was the...

Disney Pic of the Week: Disney's Animal Kingdom

Changes are in the air over at Disney's Animal Kingdom, too, as Disney prepares the park of a new night time entertainment experience. Even the Tree of Life is having every one of its leaves replaced. That is like...

Classic Cinderella Castle in HDR

It was about a half hour before sunset and the top spires of Cinderella Castle was being illuminated with golden sunshine. Below, the castle and moat was in shade. Such lighting can be tough for a camera to capture...

Disney Pic of the Week: Tree Of Life

Whether it is your first time visiting Disney's Animal Kingdom or your fiftyish, seeing the Tree Of Life as you come out onto the bridge to cross over to Discovery Island is an amazing experience. I like it as...

Disney Cruise Line Siblings

Disney Cruise Ships, the Magic and Dream, berthed at Nassau, Bahamas.Nikon D700/Tokina 11-16mm, f/16, ISO 200, EV +0.3, 16mm focal length. The Disney Cruise Line ships, the Magic (left) and Dream (right), docked at Nassau, Bahamas last May. While...

Monorail Black

Monorail Black entering the Magic Kingdom station.Nikon D700/28-300VR, f/3.5, ISO 720, EV -0.7, 28mm focal length, HDR image. An HDR image of Monorail Black entering the Magic Kingdom station in late afternoon is my Disney Pic of the Week...

Tower of Terror in HDR

Tower of Terror in HDR as seen from the Rock 'n' Roller Coaster queue. I have used the Tower of Terror for many Disney Pic of Week photos so I had to review them so as not to show...

HDR Creation

Three weeks ago I introduced you to HDR (High Dynamic Range) processing to increase the range of light when you are faced with a scene which shows a range from dark to light most digital cameras have trouble capturing....

Walt Disney World in HDR

High Dynamic Range imaging which is referred to simply as HDR is a process to increase the amount of luminance between the lightest and darkest areas of an image. Digital cameras can handle from 4 to 7 stops of...

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