May 27, 2006
May 24, 2006
Our eyes see a huge amount of light-shades, but digital cameras can save only few of them at a time. The problem is exaggerated when an image has dim spots and strong-light ones. If the camera focuses on the dim spots, the strong-light ones are too white. And if the camera focueses on the strong-light spots, the dim ones are too dark.
A solution by HDR Soft company is to take several pictures with different exposure time/intensity, and then use their plug-in to merge them. Thus, the image will have 3x (or more) the number of light shades in a picture.
The resulting images are MAGICAL. Check this guy's album of China.
May 17, 2006
May 12, 2006
And Haifa Wehbe is no match!
Ah, technology, how useful art thee...... ;-)