Entries from Picture This! tagged with 'high dynamic range'

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: 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...

Using HDR in Disney's Animal Kingdom

In a previous post I wrote back in 2009, I detailed the High Dynamic Range (HDR) technique as one way to photograph a scene with a big range of light from very dark to very light. In the article,...

Twilight Zone Tower of Terror in HDR

For those of you who have attended a special event at Disney's Hollywood Studios like Star Wars Weekend or maybe an ESPN Weekend, you know about the area past Rock 'n' Roller Coaster and to the side of the...

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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