Monday, June 05, 2006

Tatton HDR

Here is an image which has been processed using the
HDR (High Dynamic Range) technology in Photoshop. Basically it is a blending of several images which have been taken at different exposures thus giving a greater tonal range.

HDR is particularly suitable for architectural images because it brings out the patina of materials such as stone. It is quite effective and produces a remarkable image.

I am working on several HDR projects at the moment.

You can view a larger version of this image here.

Here is another image taken from the Tatton Portico of the Park in HDR

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