Here is a picture of the HCMC People’s Committee with its reflection off the polished floor tiles of Vincom Shopping Centre across Ton Duc Thang Street in Saigon, Vietnam.
It’s the Lunar New Year, or Tet, as it’s known in Vietnam.
I’m back in Singapore this week to celebrate with my family, but here’s a picture taken recently from HCMC of flowers adorning the front of the Notre Dame Cathedral in preparations to celebrate the Spring festival.
I was travelling along the beach with my wife when I noticed this beautiful sunset.
My wife was patient enough to wait for me while I took my time to take enough pictures to piece this image.
Of the images I too, I selected 30 to merge into this HDR Panorama. First, I merged 30 HDR images using Photomatix, and then using Photoshop CS6, manually align and blend the HDR output into this panorama.
It took a long time as I was taking all the pictures handheld and there are problems with misalignment. In addition, the boats were not sitting still due to the waves.
- Darren Rowse: Tips for Great HDR Sunsets (digital-photography-school.com)
- How to Shoot Really Big Panoramas (digital-photography-school.com)
- Good HDR, bad HDR, what’s the difference? (danjurak.wordpress.com)
- Photomatix Pro Coupon Code for 15% Purchase Discount Announced by HDRPhotographyPro.com (prweb.com)