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Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Double Post Today!

I just finished this photo and wanted to get it up on the blog. I will be posting the entire house later but I was pretty excited about the colors and detail in this image of gingerbread on an old house in Evansville.

16 comments:

Highton-Ridley said...

Hey Dan - I see you're getting to grips with HDR! It'll be good to watch your journey.

Lookin' good so far in your 'speriments :)

Cheers,
--Mark

Dani said...

This has awesome colors, Dan! What a fun house!

Simply Heather said...

Well definately! I would have been too excited to wait on sharing this, as well. Good to see that you have a bit of impatience in you ;) hahaha

Love the colors!! Can't wait to see the rest.

Heather said...

Beautiful! Like everyone else, I'm loving the colors.
By the way, the light bulb just went off in my head. I know some people from Evansville! I don't know how big of a town it is, though - and they've been gone for quite some time, so you probably don't know them... but anyway - there's my random thought of the day!! :)

...... Bobbi said...

OMG - I love the green siding shingles - gorgeous!! I like all the colors, but the green is my favorite. You have a true eye when it comes to details in your photos - guess that's why I like them so much!

Dan Felstead said...

Mark...
Thanks for the encouragement! I am really having a great time experimenting. I am probably beginning to bore the blog followers with this HDR stuff but I just can't tear myself away! By the way, I know you are an expert at this technique and any constructive criticism is welcomed....that is how we learn.

Dan

Dan Felstead said...

Dani,
It was one of those pictures for me that I love to look at...one of my favorites in this technique so far.

Dan

Dan Felstead said...

Heather,
I am like a kid in a candy store right now!

Dan

Dan Felstead said...

Alabama Heather...
I will trade you names...I have a very good friend and past colleague who lives in Birmingham...that is where you were raised...right?

His name is Danny Duke...ever heard of him?

Dan

Dan Felstead said...

Thanks Bobbi...I will post the entire house next week.

Dan

Heather said...

Nope, never met a Danny Duke.
What about the Phelps family? Bob, Deanna, Kyle and Blake? They're my Indiana folks.. they live in Florida now, though. Although, they were just in IN for a wedding last weekend, so I know they still have some family there.

Dan Felstead said...

Alabama Heather...
Nope me neither, although Phelps is definitely and Evansville name. I probably know some of thier relatives. Evasnsville is about 150,000 population.

Dan

septembermom said...

The color and detail is amazing. Love this photo. Amazing what you can do with HDR!

Dan Felstead said...

Septembermom...
Everyone has seen enough HDR now that I won't mention it any longer...I think you will know when that technique is used...it produces such a vivid picture.

Dan

The Muse said...

oh, i can only imagine the wondrous lives and marvelous stories that have evolved within those colorful walls!

Dan Felstead said...

Muse,

Houses like this have always intrigued me and as you say...what has gone on over the years inside those walls!

Dan