Sunday, December 6, 2009

Up to Montmartre' - Paris, France

I've often heard a few critiques talk about HDR photography as if its a fad. Hmmm, yeah, just like the impressionistic paintings in France were originally seen as. The only difference in todays internet age is how this fast this new look has spread. A passing fad? No, I think not. A technique that artists of the future will continue to explore, create with, and bet. I'd lay a nice size stack of cash on that one. There is no one that understands that more that the HDR guru himself, Mr. Trey Ratcliff from Stuck in Customs.

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And while I'm chatting a bit about artists...and specifically about art it is a little clip of the one and only Jami Cullum jammin to a cut off his new album in, .......well,...... Paris!


Catalin said...

It seems that all of us that do HDR on a constant basis have to defend from time to time this technique. While I see the point that there is a lot of crap HDR out there, I completely agree with you about HDR being here to stay.

Helge said...

The important thing with a picture, is that whoever sees it will want to see twice or more. You look twice with a HDR image. Beautiful image.

Picture Imperfect said...

I love your HDR work - to be honest it's some of the best I've seen so far and I take inspiration from it.

I am an HDR baby... just a beginner and I have so much to learn but I love it. I will find more time to work with it this winter.

liza said...

That scene in Montmarte is breathtaking. I'm diggin' your HDR!