Fun with High Dynamic Range (HDR)

 

So…Brook and I took a 2 hour mini course with Paul McDermott of PMDPhotography at SFU last Tuesday. We learned how to bracket photos (take 3 or more photos with varying exposures) and create a High Dynamic Range (HDR) photo using our cameras and a photoshop program called Photomatix. Here are some photos that I took that evening.
The first one is of inside the cafeteria where we met afterwards to do up the photoshop work. The ceiling is amazing!
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