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A couple of shots of the Harbour Bridge. I got to work a bit early, so I took the oportunity to take a few shots of the Sunrise over Sydney. Unfortunately the Sun was nowhere to be seen. I still think they came out alright.
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Magnificent effect! I LOVE that sky and the reflection in the water. But again, it has an ominous mood – I think it’s the combination of the greys, and that strange warm tone in the sky.
Thank you! The Apocalypse is near…Just Kidding! I am working on a bit of a series…
Great shot! I like the gritty edge to this image … and the foreboding clouds are magnificent!
I’m homesick. Great image. I lurrrrrrve your processing
Beautiful work, at first I thought it was a drawing.
These are really beautiful images. I just LOVE this HDR method you use. Its so lovely. Somewhere between a photo and an illustration. I can’t get enough of it. Is there anywere I can do a workshop in this? Do you teach it in real time. Can it be done with analouge or not? Does it take a lot to master beyond the desire to learn it? Its the most excellent thing I’ve seen in ages. I’ve been checking out your site on flikr and I’m hooked. Its like proof that photography just wont stay still. Its always evolving into something else and this to me is wow. The next new thing for sure. Wonderful.
Great work, this looks awesome!
Love the treatment – sinister vintage.
Love the tones. Great work!
Thank you everyone!
Juilee: Thank you so much. I am sure there are people out there that have perfected HDR better then I have. Initially it was more a tool so images could be created that have a higher exposure latitude than normal images. However it has really developed into something more artistic. But as with all technologies it is never the technology that makes a picture great. It is the artistic approach.
As for doing a workshop I will think about it. Maybe we could stage a HDR-Redbubble get together and I can share some of my experiences.