Monday, July 07, 2008

The Lost Coast - Numero Cinco

This was an experiment I did with averaging out the wave crashes during the daytime, by adding multiple pictures together. However, somewhere I got side tracked by how cool the differencing looked, played with some masks and came up with this. I like it, but it's not quite there yet.

Bri and I climbed up to the top of the ridge separating our campsite from the ocean to get some last minute shots before the sun went down. The fog cleared a bit and we got some descent shots. Bri got a really nice one with the waves washing up on the beach. This was an HDR picture where the sun was catching some clouds on the other side of the fog, and if you look in the upper left you can see the crescent moon.

Here is what happens when you take 3 HDR images (so 9 images in total) with long exposures, and do a difference on them.

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