On my way home from the gym, I set up my camera on my tripod in the back seat and secured it with a couple of ball bungees. I then took the long way home so I could get some smooth road. I used my remote (as pictured in my right hand) to snap three shots (-2EV, 0EV, and +2EV). The resulting HDR was processed using Photomatix Pro 3.2.
i like this image paolo. really cool hdr. maybe tilting the lens up a bit to fit more of the moon roof could of gotten a cooler reflection. good luck on your 306 project. peace!ReplyDelete
Good suggestion. Composition was difficult with the way the camera was sitting, but I definitely appreciate the feedback!ReplyDelete
borrow traub's fisheye!ReplyDelete
My body's crop factor is 1.6, so the fisheye effect is lost. That's a great idea though. Would really make the car feel like a spaceship.ReplyDelete
How long did it take to take this picture?ReplyDelete
I didn't keep the originals, so I no longer have the settings. It's made up of three shots - one middle exposure, one that is 2 stops under, and one that is 2 stops over. I combined them in software to get the final image.ReplyDelete