HDR Hotel- 2/22/2011, 3:52 Bannack Ghost Town, f8, 1/160. I used Dynamic Photo to create this HDR. Blending 3 images together. Each being taken at a different exposure. -2, 0, and 2. Using Dynamic photo I combined the three images together. When I did so for some reason the clouds above the hotel had black and gray in them so I copied the photo to another layer made a mask and used the eye dropper to paint the same blue over the clouds to get rid of the dark clouds.
Hotel #1- 2/22/2011, 3:51 Bannack Ghost Town, f8, 1/160. This photo was taken using a tripod so the exact same shot could be taken. I manually changed the exposure again and this one was set at -2.
Hotel #2- 2/22/2011, 3:51 Bannack Ghost Town, f8, 1/160. This photo was also taken on a tripod to get the same shot for HDR use. I manually changed the exposure to zero on this photo.
Hotel #3- 2/22/2011, 3:52 Bannack Ghost Town, f8, 1/160. I used a tripod so that I could get the exact same shot. This picture was taken on +2, meaning it was over exposed.
New View- 2/22/2011, 4:27, Bannack Ghost Town, f5.0, 1/1250. I took this picture from inside a poorly lite building looking out the window. I used dynamic photo to turn single shot image to a HDR. It brought out the highlights and colors beautifully. I adjusted the light to make it easier to see that the 3 pieces of glass were still in the top right side of the window. I cropped some of the extra black out to make the inside of the room become a natural border.
New View Original- 2/22/2011, 4:27, Bannack Ghost Town, f5.0, 1/1250.