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How to Create Professional HDR Images

Monday, October 16th, 2006

High Dynamic Range ImagingHigh Dynamic Range Imaging, or simply “HDRI“, is currently gaining a lot of momentum among photographers. These images offer a much larger range of tones than traditional exposure. The outcome is terrific. Ryan McGinnis has written up a very easy to follow tutorial on creating HDR photos with Photoshop CS2.

Cameratoss

Monday, October 17th, 2005

CameratossGet ready to throw your cameras up in the air, folks, and… well.. do your best to catch them. If not, well, that sucks. But hey! It’s all for the sake of art, so… :)

From the Cameratoss page at Flickr:

This is a “technique” group, and the technique here is regarded by some as insanity. For we are the reckless folks on flickr that enjoy the abstract, chance, generative, physical photography that results from throwing our cameras into the air (most often at night in front of varied light sources).

It is about trading risk for reward in the pursuit of art. It is not about being a photographer, it is about enabling the photography that happens naturally when you let go of the process, give up control, and add a hell of alot more variables. It is about physics, gravity, angular momentum, acceleration, direction, chaos, and timing… most of which you have tenuous control of at best!

Very interesting stuff in the gallery. Dare to take the risk?


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