High Dynamic Range Photography by Steve Huskisson shows images captured by Steve in South Florida. Using multiple exposures or bracketed shots, Steve combines the images to make truly magnificent photos.
The pictures are interesting - some a bit too over exposed to suit my taste. However, my my main disappointment is there are no exposure information such as ISO, shutter speed, and Aperture settings.
I found these photos to be very interesting. I take it you really like to watch sunsets and sunrises. What would have made this an even better book, would have been a concise explanation of the process to make these types of photos. It seems you are quite good with the software that you use, so, preparing such a tome would not be very much of a problem for you.
Very Beautiful photos
I like all the photos. I wish the author would have talked more on how he took them; the equipment and technique he used to make them. Very inspiring.
I love the photos in this book. I lived in Miami most of my life and the photos made me little homesick. I hope the writer has time to shoot the city of Miami skyline.
A wonderful look at the world through HDR eyes.
Thanks for the inspiration.
By The Gootch
This book is formatted different and is terrible. It is a collection of someone's overdone HDR images. It was free unless you count the wasted time I'll never get back from reading it.
The colors are outstanding!!!! What effect did you use? I am a photographer myself, but how did you get the colors like that?
Beautiful pictures but not enough information
First it want to thank for showing how to get them done. My camera has HDR and these pictures are so beautiful. I love to see them over and over again. This is a great book, but I which he tell us more of how they done. May be because the camera dose every thing for you. I still give this book 5 stars because now I know what can HDR do.