A dramatic sky always looks great in a panorama.
This is made up of 4 – HDR 3 exposure shots. HDR in Photomatix. Panorama in Photoshop.
Here is another shot of the sunset taken in Hawkesville. I like the contrast between the colours of the sunset and the monochrome tree.
HDR 3 exposures. Photomatix, Photoshop and Lightroom
I could see the potential for a nice sunset this evening so I jumped in the van and searched for a good location. I ended up here at the river in Hawkesville.
HDR 3 exposures. Edit in Photomatix, and Lightroom.
Maple Syrup producers in Waterloo County are in high gear trying to make enough syrup for the Worlds Largest single day Maple Syrup Festival in Elmira Ont. The festival takes place Saturday March 31, 2012. With the mild winter and spring I’m sure production is down. This shot was taken a couple of weeks ago just outside of the village of Hawkesville.
For this HDR shot I used only 2 exposures. Since I was shooting hand held the +2 exposure was not sharp enough so I could only use the -2 & 0 but it still turned out ok. Processed in Lightroom, Photomatix, Photoshop, Topaz and Noiseware
This rural sunset is another shot near the village of Hawkeville taken last fall. The sun had just dipped below the horizon painting the sky with beautiful palette of colour.
A 3 exposure HDR, Photomatix, Photoshop and filters
I met up with a couple of friends yesterday evening for a little photo walk. We met in the village of Hawkesville and were able to go down the the river and catch a brief sunset. I think normally this time of year this area would be under water with spring run off but with the lack of snow the river is not very high.
This is a three exposure HDR processed in Photomatix, Photoshop, Topaz filter and Imagenomic noise reduction.
This was the sunset this evening taken just outside the village of Hawkesville. I love to watch the sunset. When the horizon is relatively clear of clouds and the rest of the sky has cloud cover sunsets go through some what predicable stages . As the sun dips below the horizon it casts a pinky glow on the bottom of the cloud cover. This doesn’t last long but it is beautiful to watch. So next time you watch the sunset take note of the ebb and flow of the colours.