HDR Photography-St.Anges of Lachine
I have done HDR photography before but haven’t really thought much about that style of photography for quite some time.
While out for a morning walk, I grabbed this quick shot of St.Anges’s and continued on my way.
Anyhow, after watching Justin Seeley on creativeLIVE last week he was doing a couple of workshops a three day course WordPress for Photographers and a one day course Designing for the Social Web. Of which I watched all four days and highly recommend, anyhow so your asking yourself what heck does any of that have to do with HDR photography.
In the WordPress for Photographers course Justin uses some of his own HDR images in different examples of wordpress image manipulation. Which gave me the idea to make the St.Angess image into a HDR image.
This majestic catholic church looked really good in the rain with it’s oxidized copper steeples and richly textured stone facade.
It seemed like a very good candidate indeed, so I decided to see what I could create with a simple unplanned shot.
Now this image was not shot with the intention of producing a HDR image. But I always shoot in RAW so it was possible by processing three different
exposures, I was able to get this result.
I have to thank Justin for renewing my interest in HDR photography and for making me aware of a truly amazing HDR artist Tray Radcliff.
Here is the results of my efforts………….
Updated image of St.Anges of Lachine
I decided to process another image of St.Anges of Lachine from my archives.