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HDR Testdrive

One of the things I started experimenting with this summer was HDR photography.  There are many great photographers who produce excellent HDR images.  My favorite is Trey Ratcliff over at  He has a very unique style that brings pictures to life.  As seen in the previous post, there is a lot of range in what HDR can do.  Starting out, I overdid some of it, but that helped me to define what I wanted the pictures to look like.  This HDR was made at sunset in San Antonio, TX. To process this, I used Aperture and Photomatix Pro.  Protomatix is a great program that is easy to use to combine pictures to create one HDR frame.  It also makes experimenting with different styles very easy.  

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