This article describes the process I used to create HDR photographs of a night time concrete pour for the Ohio River Bridges Project Downtown Span Tower base.
Long Exposure, HDR Images Of The Night Time Concrete Pour For The Plinth On Pier Four
This article is about using Long Exposure and HDR techniques to emphasize movement while taking advantage of high dynamic range photography.
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Best Wishes to you all. May this day be everything you hoped for. For me the day will be spent with our family, watching the joy in the children’s eyes, enjoying their company and feasting on my mother-in-law’s wonderful Italian cooking, spaghetti and meatballs.
This image is from a couple of years ago and was taken with my Nikon D50. The D50 didn’t do very well at high ISO and consequently there is some noise in the photo but I liked the composition and the colors. I was using Topaz Adjust a lot back then and processed it with Topaz Adjust and OnONe PhotoTune before finishing it in Aperture 3.
Peace To All…. Nick