Saturday, December 08, 2012

Christmas beetle in HDRi

It must be getting close to Christmas, last night there were swarms of Christmas beetles [Anoplognathus] around every light. Up close & personal
HDRi treatment of a set of bracketed macro photos, something I have not tried before. (HINT a tripod is essential, to overcome ghosting and alignment issues). Here I am using Picturenaut's Adaptive Logarithmic (aka Drago) tone mapping which uses a smooth logarithmic roll-off for dynamic range compression of the highlights and the shadows. So as to preserve the colurs in both highlights and shadows.
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