Looking toward San Pedro. Los Angeles Main Channel is towards the left.
The Jewelry District
Downtown Los Angeles, CA
3 of 52 – My Surrounding Neighborhoods
Neighborhood: Jewelry District (Los Angeles)
A three-exposure HDR of Pershing Square.
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This photo is part of my 2009 52 Week Project: My Surrounding Neighborhoods.
What goes around comes around
There’s no way to get this result from a single exposure. This had to be an HDR photo.
I love how this turned out.
Signs of fall
An HDR photo taken at Chinatown Station in Los Angeles. Also an Epic Edits Selection. Whee!
Can't miss it
With an slightly cloudy day like this, tall, abstract structures like this really pop against the sky.
This is a handheld three-exposure HDR photo at the entrance of some park in Downtown Los Angeles.
It's not everyday you see this
Sometimes on the way home from Los Angeles Union Station, I’ll get off at Chinatown station because the colors and clouds in the sky look interesting.
This is an HDR image from three exposures.
Six minutes until the next one
I lingered further at the Wilshire and Normandie station, not realizing there was an interesting mural. It felt like an HDR opportunity.
I’m happy with the sharpness and minimal ghosting in this HDR attempt. It helped that the people at the bottom of the frame didn’t move.
Three handheld exposures with my Canon EOS 40D at 1/40, 1/10, and 1/2 seconds – f/4.0, ISO 800, 18mm
Sporting his wide angle lens
I photowalked with Cody Mendoza around Temple City a few weeks ago. At one point, he started taking photos in this pose. I loved how the clouds looked behind him. I asked him to hold it, and snapped three exposures to make this handheld-HDR[1. What is HDR?].
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