y second self portrait processed in HDR using a 4 exposure technique I developed. HDR of people can be tricky, if the subject moves even slightly, an undesirable ghosting effect occurs. When tone mapping multiple exposures of people, the results are far from pleasant. A friend of mine calls this the muddy look, and he nailed it. No one wants to look dirty unless it’s for Halloween. This new 4 exposure technique combines the stunning look of HDR but keeps people from looking nasty. I’ll post a full article on this technique soon, once it’s perfected. Until then let me know what you think, is it too much or not enough?
Cheyenne Canyon Self Portrait
Paddle Boat Lady from the Floating Market Thailand
Girls Riding Paddle Boat at Thailand Floating Market
Cambodian Butcher Woman at the Market in Battambang Cambodia
Surfers in the Storm - Juno Beach Pier
Grandma's Big Fat Pig in Labor
Captain Kimo at Munyon Island Walking Lake Worth Lagoon During Low Tide