Night HDR @ Fine Art Friday & Feeling Beachie Blog Hop ~ week 122

Last week I spent a few days in San Antonio. It was my very first time in Texas. Unfortunately I didn’t have too much time to take photos, because it was a business trip. But I did stay downtown and had to do a lot of driving around. Which meant – stopping here and there to take photo or two. I will show you more in the next few weeks. I hadn’t taken many HDR sequences lately, but the pretty harsh contrasts during my visit there during day or night, lent themselves to utilizing this technique. For now, here is a Night HDR of the Tower Life Building in San Antonio.20130719-269_HDR


And here is from Hilary’s blog:

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PhotobucketThis week’s statements:
1. I don’t have a lot of time for photography these days (hmm, seems like I’m repeating myself here – got to do something about it!).
2. When it is a sunny, warm day I hate it when I have to do work inside.
3. When I was little, my dream job was interior architect/designer.
4. I could write a book about photography – naturally!

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12 thoughts on “Night HDR @ Fine Art Friday & Feeling Beachie Blog Hop ~ week 122”

  1. Oh my….I would totally buy a book of your photography!!! You should definitely do it.
    We have a beautiful day here and I had planned a beach trip this afternoon — but now my son has gone to a neighbour’s house, which means I cannot leave for the beach with my daughters: just in case he had to come home or something, no one would be here. guess it’s the backyard plastic pool today!

    • Really?! You would buy the book? Thanks! Uh oh – hate it when things don’t play out as planned. Then again, I like improvising, too. I am sure you’re experienced in that one as well 🙂

  2. That’s a great shot. Love the perspective… I don’t have a lot of time for many things it seems but photography is definitely suffering the most which makes me sad. 🙁


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