This is one of the first high dynamic range imaging (HDRI or just HDR) Shots! HDR is a set of techniques that allows a greater dynamic range of luminance between light and dark areas of a scene than normal digital imaging techniques.

This HDR was made using 14 individual shots & shot from the Mar Charbel Church, Lebanon.

I’ll post some photos later to make the comparison.

Sunset HDR, Shot From Mar Charbel, Lebanon

Sunset HDR, Shot From Mar Charbel, Lebanon

  • Seroujo

    Nice shot! But don’t you think 14 exposures is overkill?

    What equipment do you use? Camera, lens, etc?

  • Thanks for stopping by Seroujo,

    I’m pretty new to HDR(i), I don’t think that 14 exposure was an overkill. I was reading somewhere that the more, the better!
    I guess it highly depends on what software & algorithm you are using when toning the HDR(i) too. I did try it with 3 & 5 they were not as detailed & impressive as this one.

    As for my kit, my current camera is a 5 yrs old Minolta Z1. with couple of add on lenses & filters. Looking forward to get the Canon T1i pretty soon.

  • gry planszowe sklep

    Nice template , what is the name of tamplate you used in your blog

  • Charlie Wilson

    i love photo blogs, there is a saying that a picture speaks a thousand words and this saying is also true for blogs that mostly displays photos.

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