BreakingModern — I’ve shared some great HDR photography before here on Eyewitness Photo. Here’s another HDR gem from Amsterdam by way of Nour El Houssiny and his HTC M8. HDR photography is a lot easier to capture on a smartphone, as multiple versions of the shot are captured in one take, then blended together to form a final shot. The blending of the multiple images, which have different exposure values, is what produces the final image of HDR. Check the stunning results below.
This shot is composed beautifully. The Amsterdam river provides a very nice reflection and the colors are vibrant, largely from the different exposures of HDR processing. My eyes pause on the pink item in the middle of the shot is. It looks like a covered boat. The rest of the photo well-framed — nothing detracts the eye, and it is very classic. You just look at it and wonder about the covered boat while marveling at the beauty of Amsterdam and the houses. Well done, Houssiny!
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Featured Image: Nour El Houssiny
Header Image: By Dohduhdah (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
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