Thursday, 19 March 2009

Sky watch friday # 50


Triple exposure HDR - Photomatix



54 comments:

Anemone said...

Jøsses å min.
Tar av meg hatten nok en gang!!

Guy D said...

Once again John, you impress. Great shots.

Have a great weekend!
Guy
Regina In Pictures

RuneE said...

Her var det godt jobbet i velkjent stil - jeg kan bare bøye meg.

PS Min post er oppe nå

PPS Jeg skal være stand-in for Gerald en kort periode

Carver said...

These are both wonderful shot. Such a beautiful part of the world and so well photographed.

Esther Garvi said...

Det ser visserligen kallt ut, men frestande vackert!!!

Martha said...

Wonderful photos as usual. I love everything you post.

Elisabeth's bright side said...

Flott bilde og isen har så mange spennende detaljer.

Daryl said...

Such beautiful photos .. even the icy coldness is lovely

Rune said...

Helt nydelige bilder John. :) Liker veldig godt dybden du får fram i bildene her, og en runde i photomatix gjorde susen her!

Ida said...

BJUUUUTIFUUUUL! :)
Det andre bildet er spesielt vakkert.

Photo Cache said...

Very cooool. I would love to learn HDR someday.

Raven said...

Absolutely stunning photos all so beautiful.

Sylvia K said...

Oh, John, your shots this week are just gorgeous, breathtakingly beautiful! Always a pleasure visiting your site! Happy SWF! Have a great weekend!

Lindab said...

I was fooled by the colour of the sea in the first shot into thinking it was somewhere tropical - then I noticed the snow!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Such depth! Something else I want to learn! Very nice.

Merisi said...

John, the landscapes you capture with such magnificence couldn't have found a better photographer!

bowledover said...

Fantastic John. Thank you for sharing such wonderful pictures.

VALKYRIEN said...

Utrolig lekre bilder - med fantastisk dybde! Og så deilig å se at isen smelter da! :)

SandyCarlson said...

I will have to read up on triple exposure to see how you achieved the great effects in these shots.

Anonymous said...

Great photos! Not just these two, they're plenty. Absolutely fabulous! Happy SWF!

prkl, Finland

Carletta said...

An HDR - in MY wildest dreams. :)
It's a stunning image!!
The ice is melting I see. I think that's the top to the lighthouse from and earlier post or is it?
This is my favorite Sky stop!

My post is on my photoblog: Carletta’s Captures.

Tranquility said...

These are beautiful!
I have photomatix, but can't seem to gifure out how to get it to work for me. I guess I need to play with it some more!

Babooshka said...

It might be ice but it's on fire.

tossan said...

Se uma boa photo
não te exalta,
não te faz levitar e,
não te felicita,
finca os teus pés ao chão...
Não é a photo,
e sim a tua alma que padece.
tossan

Belíssimas!

Marka said...

Wonderful HDR! I'm gonna start to play around with HDR when I get the chance, though that could be awhile in coming.

Thanks for your comments!

Mari said...

You do such great work! I always love to visit here!

Baruch said...

Impressive sky, impressive photography and impressive HDR

Barbara said...

Just spectacular.. Smiles B

Lew said...

Looks like you can see forever in the first shot! Great sky and water as always!

Brit' Gal Sarah said...

Great shots as always John, that ice is amazing!

vincibene said...

Fantastic pictures!

Arija said...

Superb shots, the briken uo ice in he second is brilliant.

Gärdsmygen said...

Underbart! Molnformationen ger ett härligt djup i bilden.

Sandra Rocha said...

A great sky, fantastic colors and HDR.

evlahos said...

fantastic work my friend

Mary said...

Wow...these shots are awesome! The angle really draws your eye in and holds it for the details.

JC said...

Awesome shots! Terrific depth and fantastic colors!

MaineBirder said...

Absolutely beautiful... great photos!!

Ferreira-Pinto said...

Now here's something worth seeing!

Charlotte said...

Fantastiske bilder. Fargene på det øverste bildet er helt magisk. Og av det siste bildet fikk jeg vårfølelse, sikkert av at nå er snø og is i ferd med å smelte :) du er så dyktig! Ha en super helg.

esnorway said...

fine bilder john

Dewdrop said...

Outstanding!!! Truly outstanding. I am drawn into them, as if captivated by them. WOW! Honestly, wow!

Marie said...

Dette var fantastisk John!

Rose said...

I like both, but I sear I thought the first was from summer till I looked and saw the snow. That sky looks like a summer sky to me.

Tarolino said...

Fantastiskt smarta bilder. Inte för att jag fattar vad triple exposure betyder. Önskar jag gjorde det men kanske det klarnar nån dag. Hela alltsammans är så stilrent och alla färger är på sin plats.

donnie said...

bottom picture is stunning - great composition - love the green roofs

Ivar Ivrig said...

Etterbehandlingen av det første bildet er steikbra.
Godt jobba John :-)

Garden Angel said...

Isen smelter....juhuu!!!
Flotte bilder John!
*****
Skjønner hva du bruker som tannpirker om sommeren...he he
(kommentar hos meg)
Jaaaaaa!
Endeliiiig har jeg fått tilbake kameraet!
Det har vært savnet kan du tro!

Og da lurer du sikkert på hva feilen var?!
Det var SQ uniten som var defekt..
Det var visst en svakhet ved D40X`n.
Hva nå enn SQ uniten er for noe...hehe
De prøvde å forklare...men ja..
Ble ikke helt klok..hehe

Ha en fin helg!

Kostas said...

Amazing pictures with very beautiful skies.

Nikki-ann said...

Fantastic photos! :) So beautiful!

T and S said...

Both are beautiful images, but the portrait composition is a sureshot magazine cover John.

Catherine said...

Your Sky Watch colors and light is fabulous.
We could wonder what are clouds and what are ice ? Up side down.

Snapshutter said...

Great use of HDR. Wouldn't even have known if you hadn't mentioned it.

Mojo said...

Those broken up chunks of ice in the foreground really let you know how cold it is. Beautiful!