Today’s overcast skies made for a blue day.
It was cloudy today, so I decided to take advantage of that and shoot for HDR. This is a 3-exposure image (+/-2EV) blended and tone mapped with Photomatix Pro 5.0.
This is a 30-second exposure during this morning’s sunrise. It was very windy, which is the cause for the motion blur in the branches and the clouds.
As the crow flies … This isn’t 4 crows, it’s actually 1 crow, and I blended 4 images of it together in Photoshop. After I made basic adjustments, reduced noise and chromatic aberrations, I opened the files as layers from Bridge into Photoshop. I selected all of the layers and aligned them and then stacked them. The stacking process only adds things that are different between the layers.
This is a 3-exposure HDR image (+/-2EV) of tonight’s sunset. It was overcast all day until the sun went down, so this caught me by surprise.