30 thoughts on “Storm HDR”

  1. Somebody please tell Linka to chill with the Wind. I know she likes protecting the environment and all but this is just plain ridiculous!!!

    http://www.pulpexplosion.com/tv/captain/linka.gif

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  2. HDRI tonemapping requires multiple exposures from the same viewpoint. Could someone please tell me how the photog captured these?

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  3. Yeah, I would think so because you would have to take multiple pictures at different exposure levels and a very very high rate to get those waves that crisp and clear with HDR.

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  4. The latest digital SLR’s can take 3 exposures in a fraction of a second. Look carefully at these photos and you’ll notice that the water movement is slightly “long” exposed. Compare with all those waterfall photos you see that look like ribbons of white veils. In some of the photos, the passage of time has left some of the fastest water movements invisible. If these were high speed snaps, you’d be able to make out clearly every droplet bursting over the seawall. So yes, these are HDR photos: 3 exposures to capture a wider dynamic range of brightness levels. Of course, the photographer carefully blended his 3 exposures, then got creative with Photoshop to maximize the imapct.

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  5. these are just really fine images. i sure am glad that i wasn’t there. 🙂

    thanks so much for all the work you do to put this site together. it is a good thing to learn about someone else’s country.

    thanks!

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  6. GREAT Photos, how many different exposure did you make, I do think only 2, correctly?..a wonderful series, congratulation!

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  7. Still don’t see any HDR in here !
    With HDR you’re supposed to get all the details in the darker areas, which is clearly not the case here.
    Though I agree on the “creative in photoshop” part 🙂

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