Tag Archives: post processing

Columbia River Gorge

This is my second serious attempt at HDR.  See definition of HDR and my first attempt here. I like this one a lot better.  While it looks a bit over saturated, that’s exactly the feel I had when I was … Continue reading

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Granville, NY

This is my first serious attempt at High Dynamic Range (“HDR”) photography, where three or more shots of the same scene/image are taken at various exposures to collect detail in shadows, highlights and everything in between.  Its a method used … Continue reading

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Boxes

This is a follow-up to the prior post called “White Elephant”.  I found a dealer at the flea market that was selling wooden boxes, that’s it, just wooden boxes.  Wooden boxes are a thing of the past, long since replaced … Continue reading

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Back to the Future

  I love to look at old photos, especially those taken close to a hundred years ago.  The young lad in this photo was born in 2009, so it hardly counts as an “old photo”, but the clothes reminded me … Continue reading

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Vignettes

Vignetting is a photo-editing technique used to help draw the viewer’s eye to the intended subject.  I apply it on certain photos that have above average appeal to me, but have distracting backgrounds; the ugly chain link fence that is … Continue reading

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