Posts tagged ‘hdr’

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HDR Architecture Photography – Expanding the Horizons

Architecture and photography – these are two separate forms of art, each living their separate, unique, and independent lives at the first sight. However, the points of contact between architecture and photography are really numerous. Today, we want to show you magnificent results of the art process, stemming from the amazing and impressive fusion of …

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Railroad HDR Photography Highlights

Ada Louise Huxtable, an architecture critic, who received the Pulitzer Prize, once said: “Nothing was more up-to-date when it was built, or is more obsolete today, than the railroad station.” Indeed, railroad has been the symbol of the whole epoch, representing the human advance in technology and industrial development. Today, the world has changed a …

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Charles' bridge, Prague, Czech Republic - Karlov Most

Photography Showcase – Bridges

Whether it is an old stony bridge or a modern hi-tech viaduct, made of steel and iron, the traditional definition of these common engineering components of road system seems too narrow to express all the meaning artists have always seen in such magnificent and imposing creations of architectural genius, as bridges. Joining two banks of …

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Factory Smoke in the Slovnaft rafinery

Industrial Photography – A Tribute to Progress

The sceneries of large industrial facilities, construction sites, and images of giant equipments, pipelines, chimneys, tanks, etc. have always inspired artists to create visual works, commonly tagged as “industrial”. Industrial photography is one of the most common forms of such art, where particular manufacturing or production surroundings are at sharp focus. Whether it is a …

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Detroit skyline

HDR City Skylines – Where Reality Meets Imagination

The first steps to the development of an imaging technique, known today as HDR or high dynamic range photography, were made in the middle of the 19th century by Gustave Le Gray, who is often named as the “most important” French photographer of the 19th century. He experimented with seascapes photography by combining two separate …

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Bull at HDR

HDR Animals Images – Erasing the Line between Reality and Imaging

Dynamic range in photography is what stands behind the commercial term “contrast ratio” or the ratio between the brightest and the darkest parts of the image or a device for capturing or displaying images. For comparison, paper dynamic range equals to about 100:1 ratio, that of a plasma display is about 5000:1, and the dynamic …

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river house next to the river at HDR

HDR Photography – Landscapes

Visual artists, such as painters and photographers, have always strived for portraying surrounding objects as close as possible to the originals. Painters developed multiple drawing techniques, and photographers developed HDR or high dynamic range imaging in order to reflect all the vast range of contrast on the landscape photographs. Showing both the lightest and the …

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vintage grungy silver old-timer parked in the garage - HDR photography

HDR Photography – Vintage Cars Gallery

In 1940th Life magazine’s cover featured nuclear explosion photographic picture, made by Charles Wyckoff. That was the first example of high dynamic range imaging; and the popularity of this photographic technique continues to grow gradually these days thanks to the incredible artistic effects of the HDR images. Cruzine has prepared this showcase of vintage cars …

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