Week 33 – Jessica

One of my goals this year was to learn how to do HDR photography. There’s a good explanation here, but essentially it’s when you take at least 3 photos at different exposures and put them all together. It takes the best from each image and gives almost a surreal looking photo with tons of detail. My first attempts at HDR were on our Jejudo vacation. Jejudo is a beautiful island off of the southern most tip

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of South Korea. It was a beautiful place to do a little photographic experimenting. This particular photo is 5 images put together.

  • Molly - This is very cool, Jess.ReplyCancel

  • Cindy - So very cool!!!ReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth - Wow! Wow! Wow!ReplyCancel

  • Amber - Amazing that we have to go to such great lengths to recreate detail the way God created our eyes to see it!ReplyCancel

  • Andre - Amber, Jess and I were saying the same thing. Our brains are able to make all those adjustments in real time as we look at something. Amazing!ReplyCancel

  • Suzy - I really like the pictures and posts! All three photographers have a different color and perspective!ReplyCancel

  • Kelly - So THAT’S what HDR photography is. Had no idea it was labor intensive. Beautiful shot.ReplyCancel

  • Year Two, Week Four – Jessica » How We See Korea - […] gotten to experiment a little bit with HDR this year.  My first attempts were on Jejudo last spring.  I tried my hand at it again on our trip to Seoraksan National Park.  […]ReplyCancel