The play of pink and blue has been one of my favorite balances since seeing the Monet’s “Houses of the Parliament, Sunset” as a kid. This image doesn’t hold up to Monet, of course, but it has a peace to it that I like.
Fog City Diner is a San Francisco staple. This was shot as a multi-frame panorama making the image size about 12,000 pixels. I got lucky with no cars out front, but would have loved to have had a couple in a front booth.
Photographed in high dynamic range brackets for a multi-frame panorama, Huntington Library shows the wealth of the great industrialist still. Or was he a robber-baron. Hmm. Beautiful spot. I’m told Mr Huntington owned a continuous stretch of land from Pasadena all the way to … Huntington Beach.
This may be the best example of high dynamic range imaging, at least making the best use of the extended range that can be brought to a single reproduced image without a bunch of PhotoShop work. I put together a little tutorial a while back on using PTGUI Pro to