Day 258 Bonus: Picture of a Picture


Photo of the Day

I took this photo during the campus photowalk on Tuesday night. I had this vision of a picture showing my setup for another picture. That was supposed to be the photo of the day, but I liked the picture of the gates a little better.

Technical Data

Not a whole lot to talk about here this time. I took this photo with the new iPad (iPad 3). For me that is a big new piece of information, but for the reader it probably does not make a whole lot of difference. I left this picture alone this time. I ran it through Snapseed and he iPad Photoshop program but I liked this version the best. It was taken with the Pro HDR ap for he iPad. I liked the results, but did have some trouble holding this thing still during the shots.

Other News

I have a couple of things to talk about today. Over the weekend I bought the domain You might notice this when you bring the website up that now I have my own domain name instead of the long wordpress name that has been on here for nine months or so. Nothing will change if you have the site bookmarked, but it just gives me a quicker name to give to others. I wanted to make sure that everything was working properly before telling everyone about the change so that is why the short delay.

Another bit of news that I might have failed to mention is the new tab on the top of the page. I added an HDR FAQ tab up there. This is just a way I could address some commonly asked questions when I bring up the HDR process to most. I didn’t want to do a full on tutorial for a couple of reasons. The first is that I am still really learning this process. The second is that it has already been done very well by several people. I have linked to a couple of them in one of the questions. I like how the page really accents my photos so the design will probably not change much, but some of the components may.


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