Fun with HDR



Brook and I took a mini course at the SFU campus last Tuesday and learned how to create High Dynamic Range (HDR) photos using our camera, tripod, and a photoshop program called Photomatix. Here are some of the photos I took. Thank you Paul McDermott from PMDPhotography for showing us this fun and surprisingly easy technique! What you do is take 3 or more photos that vary in exposure, of exactly the same shot (bracket)…and merge them together using the photoshop program! Super cool!
View facing west.



Cool ceiling inside the Cafeteria.

View facing east. Battlestar Galactica was filmed here.

Another west view.



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