Monday, July 19, 2010

Unique HDR Images at Unique Photo Workshop

Just wanted to say a big "thank you" to my friends at Unique Photo in Fairfield, NJ, for putting together yesterday's HDR seminar/workshop at Unique University and Kip's Castle.

Here are a few quickly-processed HDR images.


We had a great group, had great fun – and everyone made some great HDR images.

I made these images with my Canon 5D Mark II and Canon 15mm full-frame fisheye lens.


I'll be speaking at the Unique Photo boot at Photo Plus Expo at the Javits Center in October.

We'll also be shooting lots of HDR images at my Croton Workshops in the fall.

Hey, if you are new to HDR, you can get a discount on Photomatix, the HDR imaging program that I use, on this page of my site.

Explore the light,
Rick
P.S. For more on this cool event, click here.

3 comments:

Merkur said...

Great shots Rick. So sorry I couldn't attend the Kips Castle event after the seminar, but I'm off to Scotland in two weeks and look forward to trying some of the techniques you taught us there.

Paul

Rick Sammon said...

Scotland!! Great castles there. Good luck. Remember.. think selectively after Photomatix. I did a lot of Photoshop work on these 3 images.

rick

Ken Toney said...

Rick, do you think Photomatix is still the preferred HDR utility? I have been using the new cs5 built in HDR merge but I still think I like the ones I did on Photomatix better. It may be that I have not yet mastered the sliders in Cs5. What do you think?
Thanks Ken.