Sunday, January 25, 2009
The fundamental ground for good High Dynamic Range (HDR) images consists of a combination of appropriate software - Aperture/Photomatix Pro, stable tripod (or forego tripod use by shooting brackets at 4.5 FPS - see my previous posts), "ideal" composition, "good" weather condition and auto-bracketed Nikon D90.
With my recent installation of Photomaxtix Pro on my Macbook Pro, its finally time to begin. Get the full copy of Photomatix Pro for only $99! If you are like me, a novice in HDR, head towards [here] for a debrief before embarking on your first HDR shootout!
The above image will soon look quite familiar to you...