Joker's Bottle of Frogs

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You'll never guess where I am.
Or perhaps you might.
Norther than north, and the rain's stopped.

This (HDR'd) wall is right next to my door, the crane's sleeping, waiting to have a go at my trailer's contents first thing in the morning.

I was up at twenty past three this morning, time for bed said Zebedee.
29th Jul 2009, 21:44  

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Twiglet says:

Love these, all of 'em.

Goodnight!

29th Jul 2009, 22:01

Lyzardly says:

Great shots! Faved the first!

29th Jul 2009, 22:07

Dhamaka says:

poor old zebedee..

29th Jul 2009, 22:10

MaggieD NLI says:

Love 'em all ... but 1 and 3 are my favs :)

29th Jul 2009, 22:14

Sprocket says:

hrmph, I was going to fave the first one too, but AF nabbed it before me, GRRRRRRR

29th Jul 2009, 23:19

cariadus says:

Surely the top shot will be your second highlight of the day - although there are only 5 minutes of today left. But if there was any justice it would be. I'm not always fond of HDR but that is an absolutely fantastic image.

29th Jul 2009, 23:55

JokerXL says:

Well tnx peeps!
Heavily Photosopped images rarely get HL'd Cariadus, it is, after all, a cam-phone based blog.

30th Jul 2009, 09:52

FilbertFox says:

oh pretty.

as you know i am an ignorant and stupid person. How do you put the 3 images together?

30th Jul 2009, 17:47

JokerXL says:

Sharp scissors and (digital) sellotape.
;-p

30th Jul 2009, 18:14

JokerXL says:

Sorry, just me, being me.

Three identical images, over, under & normally exposed are combined in a program called photomatix to produce a single image with a High Dynamic Range (HDR), ie; detail in the darkest shadows as well as in the brightest highlights.
Then the image is "tone-mapped" (a part of the photomatix programme) to produce the effect you see here.

30th Jul 2009, 18:17

JokerXL says:

. . . . . and then I play around with Vignetting, sharpening, a little de/saturation and, before I know it, it´s time to get up and go back to ) proper work.

30th Jul 2009, 18:21

Javama says:

That top one is stunning.

30th Jul 2009, 20:22

Caine says:

Wow! Absolutely stunning, all.

1st Aug 2009, 01:28