Friday, May 25, 2012

What is HDR and How to use HDR Darkroom


If you're a photographer and you're finding the dominion of HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography, you're not alone. This art form has been elaborated as attractive, surrealand further  memorable. Whilst weird may be overstating objects, HDR imaging is a popular and visually stunning way to buildphotographs|images.
If you're new to HDR imaging, you might be wondering what all of the excitement is about. HDR is truly distinct in that it's next to impractical to copy this sort of method with a film imaging device in a one photograph. In its latest iteration, HDR photography is really a electronic art form. 

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Master Digital Infrared Photography With Your Nikon Digital Slr

Author: Dave Simpson
The Nikon D70 SLR is ideally suited to Digital Infrared Photography mainly due to the power of its custom settings. I'm going to take a few moments to show you what camera settings I use for my digital infrared photos and hopefully help you get the best results from your Nikon digital SLR.
First thing – get a tripod, this is pretty much a must for perfect infrared shots, and the infrared filter of your choice – I like the Hoya R72.
Next, take some time to plan your digital infrared photograph. Taking the time to do this upfront will help eliminate some of the uncertainties of digital infrared photography, which can result in only an ok photo, rather than a WOW! photo.