In early May I decided to head off for a self-drive photography trip in Iceland. It’s taken me a while to get around to writing this, since I’ve also been in about four other countries since. And no, not for photography unfortunately! That also means it’s taken up until about now to sort through the Iceland shots, and make selects and edits. But I’m pleased to say that the shots are now about ready for upload – I thought the day may never come.
Last year I visited the Jurassic Coast of Dorset, England, and ever since I've been meaning to write a short overview of my experience and thoughts; hoping it may be of interest to other photographers considering a trip.
High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography is the process of capturing multiple different exposures of the same scene, which are later combined, or blended together in post-production, with the aim of producing an image that has good or perfect exposure throughout.