Thursday, September 29, 2011

Skywatch Friday


This is my first try at tone mapping what do you think?
Tone mapping is merging multiple images with different exposures into one image. Each image contains details not visible in another. To take these images, use the Automatic Exposure Bracketing feature on your camera to capture three images of different exposures. You may need to place your camera on a tripod to prevent camera movement. To learn more about Tone mapping go here

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14 comments:

lina@women's perspectives said...

Looks like fire in the sky! Lovely :)

Linnea said...

Gorgeous...lots of depth in this one. I love shots of the sky with power lines to dress it up a bit! Very well done.

Marianne said...

I have no idea what tone mapping means, but this photo is awesome!

chubskulit said...

Oh wow, just look at that beautiful color! Thanks for visiting Saun!

thomas said...

nice shot of the transmission tower

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Very nice work.

Regards and best wishes

Jill said...

I have no idea what tone mapping is but your photo is beautiful!

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Whatever tone mapping is, you did good! Nice photo, Saun -- gorgeous golds.

Karen said...

I like it, a lot. Now, just what is tone mapping?

Kim, USA said...

Omg that looks like the woods is on fire. Just awesome!

missing moments said...

Awesome job! Beautiful!

EG Wow said...

I like it! I'll have to try it out. Thanks for the link.

Lynne said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. Also for the infro on tone mapping. I will have to try it. Happy Weekend! :)

Seeing Each Day said...

I've heard of bracketing photos but not tone mapping - thanks for the info. And for showing this photo - it's wonderful.