Monday, November 30, 2009

November Extras

As a final post for November I have peen playing around again with generating High Dynamic Range (HDR)  images. 
This is a post production process which blends two or more images of exactly the same subject taken at different exposures. The resulting blended HDR image forces a greater range of tones than exist in a single exposure, into the 256 tonal steps of a standard 8bit image.  The results can range from unnoticeable to the very extreme. I generally use unnoticeable, but these images move a bit more towards the extreme.









1 comment:

Mike said...

Cornish ice cream at South Bank! Yum!