Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all! Free 2017 Calendar PDF for download to get you off on the right foot next year (Use link below for download).
Captain Kimo’s 2016 Calendar is here and as usual it is free for download so you can print it on your color printer and enjoy my images every month.
Super wide panorama from a client project I worked on to show the intracoastal waterway along Juno Beach, Florida.
HDR Software review of the the top 10 best HDR photography software for 2013. Please see the updated version for 2014 HDR Software review.
Today I decided to spend some time and work on my 2014 Calendar. This free PDF file that you can download and print with your inkjet printer.
The biggest confusion about shooting HDR is how many exposures to take. In this article I’m going to cover how many exposures to use, when you need more exposures and when you need less.
I’ve been meaning to write this article for a long time. People are under the assumption that a good photo is due to the photographer’s gear and the settings but from my experience that’s not the case.
As I mentioned in last month’s Captain Kimo Newsletter, I said I was changing my watermark to something more appropriate for my needs. However I didn’t explain in detail why I made the change.
Here’s my personal review of the Tamron 18-270mm Lens. This review is more of a field test on practicality where I used this lens exclusively during my two month trip in Thailand.
I did some testing this morning to see HDR results from 4 different cameras including the Sony NEX-5, Canon PowerShot S90, Canon Rebel T3 and the Canon 5DMK2.
Here’s a quick review of the Sony NEX-5 and what I think about this mirrorless camera for HDR Photography.
Many photographers have expressed interest in making a blog like mine so I’ve been working on a new blog dedicated to doing just that.
Adobe Photoshop is the leader in image editing software so it’s no surprised that Adobe has their own process for creating high dynamic range images.
Luminance, a free open source HDR software, will be the ninth HDR program to be tested and reviewed by Captain Kimo. Looks like the new version of Luminance made it easier to install.
HDR Photo Pro by Ever Imaging is the eighth HDR software to be tested and reviewed by Captain Kimo. HDR Photo Pro started off a little awkward at first but once I played around with it I began producing great results.
HDR Express by Unified Color is the seventh HDR software to be tested and reviewed by Captain Kimo. This should mark the halfway point to my HDR software review process.
HDR Efex Pro by Nik Software is the sixth HDR program to be tested and reviewed by Captain Kimo for the latest round up of all the best HDR software for 2011.
Fusion HDR software is the fifth high dynamic range program to be tested and reviewed by Captain Kimo. For those who want to started with HDR photography this is the perfect program to start with because it’s free.
Essential HDR is the fourth HDR software to be reviewed by Captain Kimo. Out of the four this has the least amount of tone mapping options.
EasyHDR is the third HDR software on the list to be reviewed by the Captain. So far it’s my favorite out of the three high dynamic range programs that I’ve tested.
DynamicPhoto HDR is the second on the list of HDR software to be tested and reviewed. The good thing about DynamicPhoto HDR is that the user interface is laid out very nicely.