HDR Trees

HDR Trees 2 by Jenn Dixon, 2009

HDR stands for “high dynamic resolution.” It’s a technique of putting photos of the same subject with different exposures into one cohesive image. This one is sort of blurry when blown up, but small it looks pretty dang good. I love the rusty hues. I used a freeware program called Picturenaut to create the photo. This was taken at Scott’s Run Lake in French Creek State Park in Elverson, Pennsylvania.


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