Tag Archive: HDR

Tribute to Dimitri Ermakov

The latest digital imaging and processing to reconstruct Dimitri Ermakov frames… a photographer who left a lot of albumen prints from Tehran, over one hundred years ago. Here you can watch his frames from Masoudieh… Continue reading

Sassanid Curves

 

It Won’t Be Last

The last days of autumn in Tehran… at Jamshidieh park

Jameh Mosque of Isfahan B199L1D

Another composite using lighten mode… any feedback?  

Shirvan Dareh B100L

I’m working on time-lapse materials that we collected last year to make some composites. This is the one we took from a lake near Sabalan peak, in Shirvan valley. I’ve blended 100 stacks… Continue reading

Another day for my father

It was early in the morning and he had woken up earlier to go out and buy gardening stuff. When I arrived there, he was just watching the garden. So, I captured a… Continue reading

35mm focal length of Chehel Sotoon

Here it is the four frame HDR of a palace in Isfahan, Chehel Sotoon, means “forty pillars” in Farsi. The structure has 20 pillars around, so with their reflection in the pool you… Continue reading

Chahkooh valley

I just came back from amazing trip, last night. As I said before, went to Qeshm, Hengam, and Hormoz islands south of Iran. Now I have 26 GB photos to edit! This is… Continue reading

Going to Qeshm

I’m going to go to Qeshm island, tomorrow. It’s an island in the Persian gulf, south of Iran. Of course, I’ll visit two other close islands, Hengam and Hormoz. Have been there two… Continue reading

Cloud’s surrounding

I have been looking for this landscape for two days. The weather was terrible; cloudy and rainy. I just lay the tiny wall and captured six frames, exposed from 1/15s to 1/800s. The… Continue reading

Shabestan

This is the magic of HDR photography. I didn’t have tripod there, so I just leant the wall and captured 5 frames; different exposure from 1/8 to 1/250 seconds. All the features are… Continue reading

Cafe shod

I was waiting for my friends, in front of a friendly cafe. I had camera and tripod in my bag; every thing to make a HDR photo…