Posts Tagged ‘HDR’

Angkor Wat

Posted: November 15, 2010 in Architecture
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Angkor Wat, Siem Reap
I have been to Angkor Wat on several occasions, but most of the time I failed to have a proper shot of the most photographed Angkor Wat in front of the pond. The above photo, took on 14 November 2010, many be the most decent one, I have taken, to date. The halo effect on the top of the trees at the left side is noticeable, apparently due to HDR post processing from a single exposure. Photoshoping may help to eliminate it, but I am just lazy to work on it again.


Bayon in HDR

Posted: September 6, 2010 in Architecture, Landscape, Tips and Tricks
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Bayon in HDR
I am not a big fan of HDR, partly because I have never been able to make any HRD that I considered good enough. The above HDR came from a single shot. I did some bracketing, but well I could not keep those geese stay still. That why I ended up using a single shot, adjusting its exposures for HDR processing. What a boring sky, by the way!!

Preah Vihear Temple

Posted: June 12, 2010 in Travel
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My yesterday trip to Preah Vihear temple made Palin the last province for me to step on to fully complete my around-country journey. It was very hot day but for photographic sake the sky was not a boring single-color. I decided to make some bracketing for HDR processing purpose, but as I did it hand-held, those images were not perfectly aligned. I ended up use single shot to process these HRD Photos below.

Preah Vihear Tepmple

Preah Vihear Tepmple

Preah Vihear Tepmple

HDR Photography

Posted: December 2, 2009 in Nightscape

I am not a great fan of HDR, but after seeing some amazing HDR works, I decided to give a try. I started to love it bit by bit. I will try to dig into it deeper when I am more tumnei. The below twilight views are from the apartment I am now living in.

My First HDR Attempt

Posted: November 6, 2009 in Architecture, Travel
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091106HDR Banan Temple, Battambang. It looks a bit blurry as the three shots with different exposure were taken without a tripod. Probably there is a better process to render it. I just simply do not know how-to.