Chinatown Friendship Archway - Washington, D.C.
Chinatown - Washington, D.C.
The monuments in DC are twice as spectacular when viewed at night and the United States Air Force Memorial is no exception. This shot was taken with five different exposures and then combined for one beautiful shot in HDR.
Night shot of 16th and S Streets, NW in Washington, D.C. Five different exposures were taken to create this HDR affect.
Equipment Used: Pentax K7 camera, DA 12-24 wide angle zoom lens.
Technical Details: Tv Mode, Drive mode exposure bracketing 2.0EV.
The Scottish Rite Temple of Freemasonry - Washington, D.C. 16th Street
The temple was designed by noted architect John Russell Pope, who modeled it after the tomb of Mausolus at Halicarnassus, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. The building was dedicated four years later on October 18, 1915.
This photo was taken at sunset near Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. I couldn’t resist the urge to try and capture the waning sunlight as it struggled to poke through the angry clouds of an approaching storm. Five different exposures were taken to later combine for a rather moody shot using High Dynamic Range (HDR). The multiple mosquito bites received were well worth the shot!
Welcome to my first experimentation with the blogosphere!
I live in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, D.C. and have a huge passion for the art of photography. I hope to share my love of this art form with photographs from around the DC area or wherever my travels take me.
My main concentration is primarily landscapes and architecture. But my new found discovery and growing appreciation is for the area of High Dynamic Range (HDR). Using this photographic technique on my compositions has produced spectacular results!
It all comes down to having the right equipment, good software, and a keen eye for composition to make that photograph interesting and memorable for the viewer. I welcome your critiques, thoughts on technique and composition, or general comments.