Saturday, September 22, 2012

High dynamic range

Neo-neocon linked to a web page of "35 Fantastic HDR Pictures," HDR being a photography technology that allows "a far greater dynamic range of exposures than normal digital imaging techniques."

The second photo down, of an old-fashioned house, reminded me of Thomas Kinkade.

The fourth one down, of a tower, sea, and seagull, reminded me Maxfield Parrish.

And the seventh one down, of a wheat or hay field, reminded me of Van Gogh.

So maybe artists have a "high dynamic range" eye.

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