This Week at the Lake – 32/52

What a tough week to pick a lead shot, I wanted to put all of these first! Tuesday and Wednesday morning were both stormy/rainy which made for some great HDR conditions. Here are some others from those two mornings:

It’s me 🙂

A couple of other non-hdr from Wednesday morning:

Who says turtles are slow!? This guy was moving quickly across the path

The sun was back out in full force on Thursday. I spent my entire lunch break there trying to capture a leaf in mid air falling from a tree. It took around 100 shots but I finally got this one:

Not exactly the composition I wanted but I am more than happy to settle for it! A very tough shot to get…

I went back Friday at lunch and just wanted to capture some fall color:

And that’s it for the week!

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2 responses

  1. Keith Plumstead

    Hello Malcolm,
    I am an amateur photographer with a passion for HDR. I just started photography in June, but have learned a lot. I must say; your HDR images are the best I’ve ever seen. HDR images always seem to have that “HDR look” to them. Yours do not. They are amazing! If you don’t mind me asking…Which HDR software do you use? I have Photomatix Pro, but have never been able to get my images to look so real. I’m sure that there is more to your photos than just the HDR software? Do you have any online courses that teach your work flow?
    Thanks, Keith

    October 23, 2010 at 9:37 pm

    • I’ve got several tutorials here on my blog Keith. Check them out HERE. They include detailed descriptions of photomatix settings (which is my preferred HDR software) as well as my photoshop workflow.

      I don’t mind sharing information, so feel free to ask any questions you may have.

      Thanks!

      October 23, 2010 at 9:45 pm

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