Learning Something New

The more you work at a hobby, the better you get – hopefully. This is one of my early attempts last spring trying HDR photos. HDR, along with nighttime exposures, bring out details that the eye alone can’t see. A wide-angle lens makes this yard look larger than it really is, plus the movement of the clouds during the exposure gives the sky a surreal feel.

Maybe it’s the unexpected surprises like this that I enjoy so much about HDR and nighttime photography. 
  

The more you work at a hobby, the better you get  (hopefully). This is one of my early attempts last spring trying HDR photos. HDR, along with nighttime exposures, brought out details that the eye alone can't see. A wide-angle lens make this yard look larger than it really is, plus the movement of the clouds during the exposure gives the sky a surreal feel.Maybe it's the unexpected surprises like this that I enjoy so much about HDR and nighttime photography. Photo by Tim Stanley Photography.

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