Mount Rainier at sunrise as winter clouds were rolling in, shot from Madrona Park in Seattle. HDR (high dynamic range) image – a blend of three exposures using the Lightroom LR/Enfuse plugin.
Hooray, more slightly creepy abandoned buildings! Click on the images to see larger versions.
HDR (high dynamic range) image. Combining several exposures to get a balanced shot showing the sunlit exteriors and dark interiors of some of the buildings.
Yes, I had a thing with shooting doorways on this trip. I also like all of the stuff growing on the roof.
These buildings can be a bit creepy even on a sunny day. I was wandering around and I started hearing this strange squeaky scraping sound. Flashback to every Stephen King book I have ever read. It was the pieces of this partially collapsed roof moving in the wind. At least I think it was the roof….
This is why you are not allowed to go into the buildings…
A look back at this set of buildings as I moved on to other parts of the park.
An experiment in HDR (high dynamic range) photography. It was a drab, cloudy day today so I decided to shoot a set with a high ISO setting (3200) and play with the HDR software settings. This isn’t a standard HDR shot but it has a dreamy, painting-like quality that I liked.
This was a set of three shots merged with Photomatix Pro 4.0:
- ISO 3200, f/22, 1/800 second exposure
- ISO 3200, f/22, 1/200 second exposure
- ISO 3200, f/22, 1/50 second exposure
An experiment in HDR (high dynamic range) photography. HDR can let you capture some details that would be difficult to get with a single shot. This is a combination of 3 shots of the moon with an 18-200 zoom lens, f/9, exposures of 1/250 second, 1/500 second, and 1/1250 second. Shots were merged with Photomatix Pro 4.0. Click on the picture to see a larger version of the shot.