HDR Food

Posted by on Nov 10, 2012 in Blog, Food and Product, HDR | 1 comment

HDR Food By Julie Peterson On Saturday I had the opportunity to go with my Comm 316 class on a photo excursion.   Our assignment was food and product.   These next shots is showing the variety of different food shots I can get.  I did a 3 bracket exposure and then blending the two images together in Photomatrics.  It was a wonderful learning experience and I am so grateful for the two restaurants for allowing us to take photographs of their food and area. Photography and Edits done by Julie Peterson. Images owned by JP...

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Light Painting

Posted by on Sep 26, 2012 in Blog, HDR, Night and Light | Comments Off

Julie Peterson Photography Over the weekend in the middle of September I had to opportunity to visit Island Park, Idaho and Yellowstone in Wyoming. I was able to practice light painting. My Professor Caryn Esplin was able to teach us various styles of light painting. I have posted these styles and explained to process in this post. It was an amazing experience. I was surrounded by so many of God’s beautiful creations. I am so grateful for my Professor and all she has taught me and my fellow classmates. Photography and Edits done by Julie Peterson ...

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Penitentiaey/Boise

Posted by on Apr 12, 2012 in Boise, ID, HDR, Places | Comments Off

A Trip to the Penitentiaey in Boise Idaho. It was an amazing day with a beautiful sky. It was a perfect day to practice my HDR editing skills. We also stopped at the Idaho State Capital.

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High Dynamic Range

Posted by on May 31, 2011 in Bannack, MT, Blog, HDR, Spring 2011 | 0 comments

This was so much fun, because I have never done HDR before. I took these photos using my Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB). Each photo was taken using my tripod and self-timer so I had the exact same photo with, but just different exposures. I set my exposure to be -2, 2, +2. Then I pulled all images into Dynamic Photo to combined them into one Photo, that way you see the textures and contrast of the three photos all in one. Buildings Date: 5-25-2011; Bannack, Montana; F-Stop: 5.6; Shutter Speed: 1/60; Focal Length: 55.0  mm; Model: Canon EOS REBEL T1i Hotel Meade Date:...

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