Arcachon. HDR shot. May 2013.
One pier, one sunset, but three ways of seeing it. Name your choice! Picture no. 1 Picture no. 2 Picture no.3 The vote is open for one week
With this picture, I used HDR to enhance the clouds of that Arcachon Seascape. The orange boat was there as a magnet, I couldn't resist the shot at Pointe de l'Aiguillon, a fisherman's spot further out of town. So, this is HDR with 3 different pictures put together, but I endeavoured to keep it simple... Continue Reading →
I found these buoys in Arcachon, abandoned by the fishermen and ship builders, they were rotting away on the grass and barges. May 2013.
3 views of the same seascape in Arcachon, near Bordeaux. I'm torn on that issue. Should I use the portrait or landscape format? Should I keep the HDR or non HDR shots? I have decided to let you make that difficult decision on my behalf ... if you agree to vote. 7am CET update on... Continue Reading →
You've probably noticed by now, that I like HDR photography ... that is, as long as it's not done to death. These things require nuance and savoir-faire to use a French expression. The following shots are taken from the seashore at Arcachon (a famous Oyster spot) and show some decayed oyster racks and very impressive... Continue Reading →