This building is my residence, situated at Mumbai, Maharashtra, Ind.
Haven't been taking a lot of pictures lately, but during my photography days last year, 9th September 2013, this is the only example of HDR I got in my Photography collection. So, while walking towards my building I was caught by this breathtaking view, no rain just windy and the sky was not so clear kind of like scattered clouds. The picture was taken without a tripod stand obviously (I badly need one, though) as I was just walking down the road, I had to stand very very still to take the picture perfectly, so that later on I wouldn't need to crop the picture and losing it's quality...
Taken from a Nokia Lumia 620, native camera and then after that... I used Fantasia Painter to crop out a little extra part from the left, and added the Stimulated HDR effect on this picture, Stimulated HDR works the best on B/W photos (According to my experience)... So, here it is! :grin:
I downloaded Fhotolens to try some HDR photography. I have a small water garden in a tub with a miniature water lily in it. I got down close to almost water level and took a few shots. The attached shot is "Water Lily Reflections". Lumia 1020, Fhotolens, cropped with Adobe ImageReady.
I took this photo at a friend's home. I was just comparing my 820's camera with his moto g. I had installed 'proshot' a few days ago. I opened the app, selected the hdr mode and it took three pictures and then created a masterpiece. There was a park visible from the gallery so we decided to take a picture of it. And after 5 seconds when i compared the picture with that of moto g's hdr, i won by a long margin there.
Camera: Lumia 820
taken by: Proshot
edited on: Fantasia painter
location: New delhi, india
I took an awesome HDR picture of Spirit of Ecstasy with a Ghost V Specification Refection on the Chrome & a Phontom Drophead Coupe Waterspeed collection (no. 7 of 35) in the background last week & I was about to use it for contest ... at the last minute I remembered that I used my brother's Xperia Z1 to take it ... so I took off to the Jeddah Sculpture Museum to take a picture of the "Flames" by Silvestre Monnier ... I don't know why, but that's what popped up into my head.
I used an HTC 8X to take the picture & then edited it a bit in Photo Shader (great app btw).
Was flying over the river Brahmaputra in Assam when I had plenty of time to click a few images in different exposures with my Lumia 1020 using Nokia Camera and Proshot. Finally, merged them today using my Adobe Photoshop CC HDR Merge Pro.
HDR photography is new to me, so this was an interesting theme to try. Some of the entries so far are amazing, I may need to take more HDR photos on my travels.
For my contribution I tried photolens and 4blend but my best result came from bracketing and merging with photomatix pro.
The scene is some in progress housing development happening behind my house, caught the digger during sunset.
Taken with my lumia 1020
HDR effect from photomatix pro