BBQ and photos at Jells Park

Tuesday, February 17th, 2009 at 11:02 pm

Tonight, aside from catching up on a couple of blog posts, I went with David to the Waverley Camera Club meeting: A BBQ at Jells Park.

I ended up taking about 200 photos, some of which are multiple exposures ready for some HDR experiments. Now I need to find time to process them, but I have run out of time tonight, and tomorrow I’ll be in the city for Sub Standards.

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3 Responses to “BBQ and photos at Jells Park”

  1. Wow you have been quite the socialite this week. Good luck with the hdr. I used Bracketeer to compose my hdr images. It’s a Mac front-end to Enfuse (which is open source). Seems to do a good job. I think all five or so of my hdr images on flickr are tagged Enfused or something like that.

    Wes - February 18th, 2009 at 6:40 pm

  2. I have a quick look at the info about Enfuse and it seems that it doesn’t actually make a HDR image, just a merge of tonemapped images. Whatever that is.

    Stephen - February 18th, 2009 at 11:39 pm

  3. I think it makes the high dynamic range image out of the source images. Our displays can’t display all of that data so you then have to render it back out to low dynamic range, which I think it can do too. Wikipedia has a good intro.

    Wes - February 19th, 2009 at 7:38 am