BlacksmithPro Photography

April 21, 2018

Outlines & Pilar Scripts

Filed under: HDRs, The British Museum — Tags: , , , — BlacksmithPro @ 17:13

Back to the lens test now and two more quick shots I grabbed inside the British Museum. One of the things I love about HDR as a process is the random effect of consequence of taking multiple exposures when things or people move through the frame during capture of those images. This is sometimes to the detriment of the image but in the case of people or traffic moving, the result can be fun, be it ghostly outlines or almost motion blur like movement streaks from blending of the exposures when subjects change position from shot to shot. I can accentuate this by painting said objects back in or out and sometimes I do but sometimes, the default effect of the exposure blending is nice enough as is. First shot here falls somewhere in the middle whereas if you go back through the archives here to my early Telecom Tower shots which involved 9 exposures (I take 5 these days), you’ll find some awesome ones where I’ve blended the missing pieces from the 9 shots to accentuate the movement streaks like a comic book to denote the movement of traffic or people through the frame.

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The Pool & Olivia

Filed under: HDRs, Victoria Memorial — Tags: , , , — BlacksmithPro @ 17:05

One of the two pools at the base of the Victoria memorial and the only picture of Olivia I took that day, though without her knowledge so not the best nor posed but she didn’t believe I took any so proof I did.

April 14, 2018

Harbingers

Filed under: HDRs, Victoria Memorial — Tags: , , , — BlacksmithPro @ 20:58

Each corner of the Victoria Monument has a different statue, these are two of them.

April 9, 2018

Outlets

Filed under: HDRs, Victoria Memorial — Tags: , , , — BlacksmithPro @ 02:12

Back to the Victoria Monument in front of Buckingham Palace with Olivia this day so I got some more close ups of parts of it I missed out on before. These are the outlets to the pools at the base of it.

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