Combining Starbursts and HDR


Nice scene bringing back memories of childhood!

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Using HDR in the image below allowed me to reveal the details of the machinery as well as the colors of the sky.
I shot the image using 14-24mm lens at f/11.

Editors Note: This post builds upon Levi’s earlier post on Starbursts.

When you include the sun in you composition, you have framed a scene with a very high dynamic range–shadows facing you and full sun—so HDR software is ideal for making a picture revealing the whole scene.

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The sunrise through the trees and the Canyonlands sunset above are both HDR composites. If not, they would both be silhouettes. Check out Rich and Scott’s excellent book on HDR to learn how it can work for you.

One Part Starburst + One Part Golden Hour

I gotta come clean. That image at the top of this post is not only HDR, but it’s a combination of two HDR images. The…

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