Most times when I experiment with HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography, it is usually a static scene, with very little chance of movement between exposures, in as little of the scene as possible, like my recent Bamboo Grove image, this is to reduce ghosting and blurring in the final image, however, I do sometimes go for some scenes where there is movement, but these don’t always work out.
Last year I tried one and liked the results enough to use it for my Deck Project for the 19th Week, and whilst in Barbados I tried one down at the beach. At the beach there was more movement that I’d have liked, with “everyone” in the water moving about. As usual, I don’t try to be too ambitious, so I stuck with my usual three exposures for an HDR, each at about 2ev difference.
Using Nik HDR Efex Pro, I manipulated the ghost reduction feature until I had as little ghosting from the bobbing heads in the water that was possible 🙂 There’s really only one reason I chose this scene to try an HDR, the clouds! 🙂
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6 thoughts on “Exposures on the Beach”
A prize winning photo for sure
Thanks Cecil, I’ll keep an eye out for that prize 🙂
Exposures on the beach, huh? 🙂 It is a beautiful place to get these kinds of photos. No wonder it is such a popular tourist destination.
Lovely place, simply lovely 😀
great cloud scape. Hardly any exposure, however! 😉
Mary, these double entendres can get confusing, don’t you think? 🙂