Basic HDR at Mount Soledad

December 23, 2016  •  1 Comment

This is the first of two basic how to HDR (High-dynamic-range) blogs. But first, all my work on this website so far has been shoot in this style of digital photography. The only time I will not use this technique is when I am shooting portrait photography or need to capture something amazing. 

Alright back to HDR...

I shoot the series of under and over exposed images that you see below at Mount Soledad in La Jolla, California. The lens I used was a Sony 2.8f/28-75MM SAM attached to my Sony a6000 mirrorless camera.

 

 

 

I then brought the images into Abobe Lightroom and merged them using the HDR merge feature. The result of that merge is below. 

 

 

After a little post processing, I got the final image you see below. This image is not any gallery and was shoot for demonstration purposes only. I will go back to Mount Soledad when conditions are more favorable to capture a better HDR image for my public gallery.

 

 

 

 


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I love this one,Paul
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