High Dynamic Range

High Dynamic Range is a photographic technique where multiple images are taken of the same subject.  Each image is a different exposure ranging from underexposed to overexposed.  The images are later combined with the best of each exposure being used to create the final image.

The results can range from very dynamic (as you see in "Derelict" below), to quite subtle and beautiful.  I will have more images using this technique displayed soon.

 

Derelict

Derelict

An image of a seemingly abandoned airplane sitting in Flabob Airport in Rubidoux, CA. Sadly, this poor airplane has been picked apart even further. The engines are now missing, as is the nose-cone and a few more bits. I count myself as very lucky to have been there when it still looked this good.

© 2014 Matthew Roddy

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