The radio in HDR

The radio in HDR by Sudipto Sarkar on Visioplanet

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For those of you who don’t have any idea what an HDRI is, it is the acronym for High Dynamic Range Imagery. And although I could go on and on about what HDR is, I think it would be better if you check Wikipedia.

So, dad was listening to the news on his old radio. Pretty unusual for today’s standards, but he prefers the radio to the TV. And I had just got to know about what HDRs are, and what open source tools I could use to make them. I take the camera and click three shots right away, with exposures of -2EV, 0EV and +2EV. After a little work with qtpfsgui and gimp, here it is.

In a later post, I am going to elucidate as to how one can make such digital imagery using a digital camera and a computer.

Date Taken 2010:07:11
Camera Canon PowerShot A1100 IS
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