HDR

Meet Yhun Suarez from England, otherwise known as Spectrumcry on Redbubble.  He is a self-proclaimed amateur/hobbyist HDR photographer, but his images are suggestive of a much higher class.   Yhun has a true passion for the HDR trade.  I have been inspired by his eye countless times, and in many cases… jealous.  Ironmonger’s Shop is the perfect example (Featured below).  Here are a couple of words from Yhun about his process, equipment, and inspiration:

I use Photoshop & Photomatix. I capture my images using a Nikon D60. Lenses: Nikkor kit lens 18-55 mm & Tamron 10-24 mm.

I got my DSLR camera around Sept 2009 when I also started to develop my interest in the world of photography. When surfing the net one day, I stumbled upon an HDR image of a dog sitting outside a house. This blew me away and got me all determined to learn the technique.

HDR images, when done properly, are very eye-catching. They make my images more interesting with it’s dramatic effects, detail and life-like appearance. It is so much fun to do & it always excites me during the processing stage that an ordinary, plain image is going to come out with a lot more impact, becoming like “photos on steroids”.

It definitely improved my images in my opinion, and also based on the comments from other people. HDR just takes it to a whole new level.

Yhun’s links:

Sample Images of Yhun’s work:

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Ironmonger’s Shop

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Cobbler’s Shop

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Metal Works

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Halfway

Blake Rudis

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For Blake, it is less about the art and more about the process. He dives deep into difficult topics and makes them easy to understand through his outside the box thinking.


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