More HDR from Las Vegas
Here's the latest post by travel photographers Terry and Julie Eggers from Las Vegas. Night scenes with bright lights are a great subject for HDR photography. Without HDR you tend to get dark blacks and blown out lights. Bracketing plus 2 and minus 2 on your normal exposure will give you the data you need to create a smooth tonal rendition of your scene. In this photograph Terry is using a 15mm lens and processed the images in HDR Expose 2. Great stuff!
HDR Expose 2 is the pro’s choice for creating stunning and color-accurate HDR images.
This major upgrade incorporates 26 new or improved features making it a full-featured application and not just a tone mapping utility.
HDR Expose 2 ships with Adobe Lightroom and Apple Aperture export plug-ins.