Sunday, March 15, 2009

All winners found!

First and second place winners have contacted me. Lisa and E., congrats! Lisa chose the tote bag and E. chose the doll. That leaves the pincushion. I went back to random.org and chose another number. Linda Fleming, it was your number! If you email me at DollArtistCarla at aol dot com with your address, I will send it to you. :)


Here is a photo of the pier in Venice at sunrise. I used a treatment on it called HDR which is high dynamic range. You take 3 photos, without moving the camera, at -2,0,+2 exposure. I used a program called Photomatix Pro to combine the photos and fix the tone. There is more to it than that but maybe you can get an idea. I love doing this but don't think of it very often.

12 comments:

Jackie said...

Glad you found the winners! I love the photo, it really looks fantastic!

vivian said...

I'm glad you found your winners!
LOve that photo!!!
have a sweet sunday!

jabeybaby said...

What an awesome photo!!

Sandy said...

I love love love that photo and what you did with it. I'm highlighting you today on my blog so people can see it.

Sandy said...

p.s...could you direct me to any more on your blog that you have done this technique with? It sounds so complicated.

Serena said...

Carla, that photo is BEAUTIFUL! You sure do know your way around a camera. I just have mine set to AUTO then point and shoot. I know there is so much more I could be doing with it....maybe one day, I'll actually sit down and study the book. LOL

Glad you found your winners ~ :)

Kerry said...

Love it, awesome Carla! I love that effect ans will have to do another myslef sometime soon (:

namaki said...

this is real nice ! HDR puzzles me !

Shashi Nayagam said...

Beautiful photos!!

Lynette said...

Got your link from Sandy. =) That's a really beautiful photo! Makes me wish I have a photo-editing tool. =(

HElen said...

Carla, you did an amazing job on this photo! Love it!

Lisalou said...

Wow, Carla! Great Photo! You are really good at all that. I'm like another blogger...point and shoot...maybe one day. Thanks again!