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Covered Bridge at Southford Falls State Park

Interior of a Covered Bridge at Southford Falls State Park

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Southford Falls

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Southford Falls  Here’s another High Dynamic Range (HDR) photo using Photomatix with additional processing in Lightroom with Nik Software plug-ins.  This photo was taken about a year ago and is an interior view of a covered bridge located in Southford Falls State Park in Southington, Connecticut.  I’ve […]

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Driftwood at Hammonasset Beach State Park

Driftwood

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Hammonasset Beach State Park

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Hammonasset Beach State Park  This photo is a little different than most that I’ve posted.  This is actually a High Dynamic Range (HDR) photo that was also ran through the Nik Software suite of processing tools.  If you’re not familiar with HDR, it involves taking […]

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“Complete Guide to High Dynamic Range Digital Photography” Book Review

Overview The Complete Guide to High Dynamic Range Digital Photography (A Lark Photography Book) written by Ferrel McCollough and published by Lark Books covers many aspects of the photographic technique of High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography.  It’s focus is mainly for those new to the world of HDR photography, but can serve as a reference for […]

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High Dynamic Range Photography with a Canon T1i

What is High Dynamic Range Photography (HDR) High Dynamic Range Photography (HDR) is a form of photography were multiple photos are taken at different exposures and then combined into one photo.  The photos have to be processed in a special software program specifically designed for HDR or software that has specific processes, such as Photoshop CS5, […]

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