Took this shot the same day I took this one. I like to break photography rules every now & again, like taking a landscape photo in portrait format.
Archive for the ‘HDR’ Category
Taken in the Royal Drury Lane Theatre, London during the interval of a performance of Oliver the musical. What workmanship involved in the creation of this roof.
I love it when I get to capture things when the light is just perfect. I took this image on the way home from work one evening. The HDR really works well with the range of light.
Love this shot for what it is, but it has a special significance as the headstone in the foreground is my uncle Jimmy’s. I printed and mounted an A3 of this & gave it to my aunt the other day. She was thrilled. It’s great to be able to make people happy with your work.
The light was just beautiful this Friday morning on the way home from a trip to Oldcastle. This scene was crying out for me to try a HDR shot. Very happy with the result.
Next time, I might even use a monopod or tripod.
This image is due to be published here.
Just updated the blog with another B/W HDR of the Slane Castle entrance I took on the same day. Here it is.
HDR image of the new Samuel Beckett bridge spanning the Liffey in Dublin’s docklands.
Taken on the Dublin leg of the Scott Kelby photowalk on 18th July 2009 arranged by John Williams.
We all had a great day in Dublin on Saturday 18th July. 50 of us mad photographers went on the Dublin leg of the Scott Kelby photowalk arranged by John Williams. Thanks for all the organising John.
There are so many great images taken that day, despite the rain – have a look at some of the images here.
Just had this image published on NY photographer Rick Sammon’s plug-in website pluginexperience.com.