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Archive of posts tagged "hdr"

Vancouver HDR Photography: Spring and Summer

June 10th, 2010 @ 8:35am by Rebecca Bollwitt

It’s been a while since I featured only HDR photography in a photo post so I sifted through the Miss604 Flickr Pool and found quite a few gems. These are all High Dynamic Range photos from around the Lower Mainland. Photo credit: Clayton Perry Photoworks on Flickr Photos by: Tyler Ingram, Kyle Bailey and Kyle […]

Vancouver Olympic HDR Photography

February 26th, 2010 @ 7:59am by Rebecca Bollwitt

It’s been a while since I profiled HDR (High Dynamic Range) photos of Vancouver so what better time than to showcase some Olympic photos from around the city. Photo credit: penmachine on Flickr Photo credit: penmachine on Flickr Photo credit: Here in Vancouver on Flickr Photo credit: zzinger on Flickr Photo credit: GillTy on Flickr […]

Vancouver HDR Photography Tribute: Sunsets

September 14th, 2009 @ 8:56pm by Rebecca Bollwitt

Being stuck inside on a sunny day isn’t very pleasant. Being stuck inside on a sunny Vancouver day when I should be at the CCMA’s or at a speaking engagement is even less fun. To perk myself up a bit (and because these look cool in my feverish state) here are a few more photos […]

Vancouver HDR Photography Tribute: Part Three

April 1st, 2009 @ 10:12pm by Rebecca Bollwitt

I’ve seen such dazzling photos of our city pop up all over Flickr lately so I’d like to continue my Vancouver HDR Photography tribute series (including a few photos from Surrey and Whistler as well). Photo credit: Derek Miller on Flickr Photo credit: grahamking on Flickr Photo credit: roham on Flickr Photo credit: thelastminute on […]

Vancouver HDR Photography Tribute: Part Two

November 30th, 2008 @ 4:30pm by Rebecca Bollwitt

Last month I featured a photo post filled with HDR photography from around the Vancouver area (mostly downtown). Since it’s been a wet and gloomy weekend I thought why not do another HDR (High Dynamic Range) post, especially since this particular type of photography is gaining momentum in town – and it makes the Vancouver […]