Good evening. We had a wonderful day up in Haliburton today. The evening last night was very nice too, minus a few bugs. Bug season is starting and it’s early and in full force. Hope it gets warm fast and gets rid of the dreaded blackflies.
Last evening after dinner I went out to gather some images of the old Canadian National railway station in Haliburton, now the Rails End Gallery. I took many series of photographs of the station and the old caboose that is being refurbished after vandals set it on fire. Luckily the fire department responded early and put the fire out before the caboose was totally gutted.
I just couldn’t find the image I was looking for then I saw it. I set up the camera for HDR imaging and shot off a round of bracketed shots of the station only. The images looked promising but only when I get it uploaded would I see the results. I was attempting to experiment with evening HDR imaging. I think you will like the results. I sure did!
Now I don’t think I have mentioned on how to do HDR images so I will do another post soon enough for those who want to know the process. You can also find that sort of information online as well if you do a google search on “how to produce HDR images.”
See you soon!
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