Some photos I took, playing around with the HDR iPhoto app, TrueHDR, which takes three exposures of a scene, and combines them into one — each level with the best possible lighting and color. In an ordinary shot, you have to choose one level at the primary focus. So, you end up with some crazy shots, super saturated with color.
Decayed town home on the West Side of Chicago, near St. Andrew’s.
Some prankster moved two of the park picnic tables into the pond a few weeks ago. Then it got cold, fast, and the tables were frozen in place.
I tried to get all Monet with them, and take pictures in different light…
Notice the snow above was in tiny clumps – reminded me of popcorn.
Early morning, with dog tracks.
Midafternoon, dog tracks still visible.
Admittedly, I don’t think I can compete with the real deal…
But it’s still fun.