One was taken in a shopping mall in Roppongi, the other in a desert canyon in Southern Utah. Can you guess which one?
This entry was posted on 7 September, 2010 by Clint. It was filed under Japan, United States and was tagged with 14-24, 16-35VR, Asia, Canyon, Desert, Japan, Nikon D700, Roppongi, Sandstone, Snow Canyon, Southern Utah, St. George, Tokyo, Urban.
make them both black and white and it might be more difficult…love the lines, though.
7 September, 2010 at 11:58 am
Seriously, dude. Your use of HDR SLAYS me every time!
Do you take three photos at different EV? Or do you just add and remove EV on your photo editing software? You need to post a “How I do HDR” post.
9 September, 2010 at 2:44 am
Thanks for the compliments. I have been thinking about putting up an HDR tutorial as well as a photography guide for visitors of Tokyo. Maybe sometime next week I could start working on it. Very busy with school since I am leaving on a small vacation in the coming days.
9 September, 2010 at 8:11 am
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