Brook and I took a mini course at the SFU campus last Tuesday and learned how to create High Dynamic Range (HDR) photos using our camera, tripod, and a photoshop program called Photomatix. Here are some of the photos I took. Thank you Paul McDermott from PMDPhotography for showing us this fun and surprisingly easy technique! What you do is take 3 or more photos that vary in exposure, of exactly the same shot (bracket)...and merge them together using the photoshop program! Super cool!
|View facing west.|
|Cool ceiling inside the Cafeteria.|
|View facing east. Battlestar Galactica was filmed here.|
|Another west view.|