Qutub shahi Tombs


Thanks for the comments on the previous post , as promised a HDR Image. Not the best but still best HDR out the one I clicked.

these Are Qutub Shahi tombs, All the Kings and relatives of Qutub Shahi Dynasty rest here.

My First Trial with HDR images. This Shot was taken in Golconda fort. Took three shots with "Auto Exposure Bracketing" merged the three in Photomatix HDR.
You can find amazing No. of articles on the same available in the net. Just try keywords as HDR.

Just a Brief intro on HDR . HDR actually mean high dynamic Range. Human eye has a very high dynamic range i.e they can see many more shades of colors and hence more vibrant visuals. By taking three images in different Exposure setting and then merging them you can replicate similar range. The merge operations merges the color range from all three photographs giving you a more vibrant picture. It is extensively used to solve the problem regarding back lighting.

8 Comments:

Deepak said...

nice.....i am also gonna try it...is the s/w free ?
i wish the sky wasnt washed out, a dramatic sky wud have done wonders to this pic

kalyan said...

I agree with deepak on the sky part...still overall a nice detailed capture.

Intern said...

Excellent! I love the huge expanse covered here.
Superb image.

Rahul said...

I like the colors in the picture.. there is an oil painting kinda look on the tombs.. Was there a cloud over the tombs, as they appear to be in shadow.

somitra said...

Actually HDR looks even better if you have a cloucy sky. The Software is not free but can be used for trial

Navin Harish said...

This is a greta shot. Would have been even better if it was not foggy.

srikanth said...

I cant agree more for the 'sky' comments. you should try one metering for the sky. overall very nice pic.

Prashanth said...

nice capture... try tweaking in photoshop or somother photo editor..