White Dome Geyser HDR

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© Rand Blimes
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This is the HDR version of the previous image. Quite a difference.

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  • Klaus Girk

    Klaus Girk (Deleted) said (5 Jun 2009):

    This is a great photo, but for me I need a little explanation of what you have, especially if I am not familiar with the areas.

  • Michaela K.

    Michaela K. gave props (5 Jun 2009):

    This is brilliant!!

  • Rand Blimes

    Rand Blimes said (5 Jun 2009):

    Klaus, this is an image of White Dome Geyser in Yellowstone National Park. It is an HDR image, which means I used software to combined several images with different exposures to capture a much greater range of light than is possible with only one image.

  • Gustavo Boyzo

    Gustavo Boyzo gave props (5 Jun 2009):

    Great shot!!

  • ina:botao

    ina:botao (Deleted) said (9 Jun 2009):



    REBECCA RUDOLPH gave props (30 Jun 2009):

    Nice job.

  • Russ Underwood

    Russ Underwood (Deleted) said (14 Jul 2009):

    Excellent shot, I love the depth of tonality. I think HDR is great, because it is not manipulation, per se, it is really the tones in nature, which film and/or imagers are unable to faithfully reproduce. At this point, dynamic range trumps MP's. Until imagers can match or surpass Kodachrome/Velvia, we have HDR...

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