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Top Posts & Pages
- An Advent playlist
- The Deaconess Drama: Waiting for the Pope
- Reflections on the Liturgy - blog recommendation
- Pray for Paris... or not? Can prayer help?
- It's election time! Can either party claim Jesus would be on their side?
- 5 Tips for Living Advent
- A quick thought about Mariology
- Movie review: Interstellar
- Life lessons I need to keep remembering...
- God is Good (and so is vacation)!
Tag Archives: HDR
I am heading off for vacation in New York until Saturday. I will be passing through Newburgh, Nichols, and Canandaigua, and many places around and in between. This is a photo I took near Canandaigua a few years ago. … Continue reading
On/through the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge. I am continuing to clean up my archives, and I found this among other photographs from my time in New York.
This is one of those photos I took a couple of years ago and never processed… This is a beautiful old mill in Putnam, Connecticut – part of my old “stomping grounds”. It reminds me of an old castle with … Continue reading
This beautiful church was renovated relatively recently. I took these photos (merged into an HDR image using Photomatix) almost two years ago, when visiting a friend of mine who was serving as the parochial vicar at the time. I posted … Continue reading
From my archives… A highly processed HDR of Lower Falls in Letchworth State Park. Processed with Luminance HDR and GIMP.
A random photo from my archives. I took this a few years ago on vacation in Rockport with my parents, before I came to live on Cape Ann.
I took and processed these photos a few years ago. I still like the results, but I’d do it differently today.
An old photo that was wasting away in a sub-folder on my hard drive… Actually, several exposures of the same scene, which I have now processed with Photomatix to get this HDR image (further processed in the GIMP).
Here’s my response to this week’s photo challenge: Captured in HDR: three exposures with my Sony a55v, merged and tonemapped in Photomatix, and slightly adjusted in the GIMP.