View Full Version : Autumn Color in HDR.
11-13-2009, 12:05 PM
Thought I would post some Autumn shots as I practice in working with HDR. A few of these I posted before, but thought I would post the entire collection as I work on them.Thanks for looking and commenting.
11-13-2009, 12:06 PM
A few more.
11-13-2009, 12:55 PM
Stunning, Joseph, absolutely stunning. I love color and think that is why I am so drawn to these HDR images. They are so colorful. I really like the pink tractor....LOL...can't see any farmers around here driving that!
11-13-2009, 01:04 PM
Thanks Mary, I'm glad you like them, that means a lot. The tractor is on display at a local pumpkin patch that we visited during the season this year. They let kids climb on it and I have a few shots of my 3 year old Daughter pretending to drive it. Funny stuff. I have to say that this is the only pink tractor you may ever come across in your life. hehe
Joseph, all these are great! I've never come across a pink tractor in my life either. Came across a lot of funny things when my kids were very young, but not one of these!
All your shots are beautiful. As you probably know, I am not up to the stage or capability of HDR images, but one day I will learn.
I also love the colour in your shots.
I have numerous shots of tiny waterfalls a little like your No 5 of first post. I must try to add something to them to improve them to look half as good as yours.
11-17-2009, 01:23 PM
Thank you Kaye that's very nice.
Speaking of the waterfall shot: One might not know by looking, but the third of the first series of shots, the larger waterfall, the width of the waterfall is just shot of the length of a football field I would guess. There isn't anything in the shot to give it perspective, and that's too bad. I do have a few other shots of people walking across this monster. In fact, when I was shooting this in the morning I had no idea how big it was till later on when a few people made their way to the base of the falls. I couldn't believe it and I had been there looking at it for hours. Crazy. Thanks again for the comments.
11-17-2009, 08:26 PM
I'm glad I've come back to the forum to have a look - have been busy recently starting my new apprenticeship.
I enjoy looking at your work joseph, and this series again is beautiful. I just love autumnal colours.
And the actual size of the waterfall is very interesting. As you said you wouldn't think it from looking!
Thanks for sharing these :)
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