Nikon D70 @ 22mm, 1/15 to 2.5 secs, f/4, ISO 200
Jeez, it's been quiet here recently...
Tried to update last night, but blogger was down... again.
HDR images seem to be all the rage at the moment, so I thought I'd jump on the bandwagon. I've not actually seen any hdr night images yet so I thought I'd start there. Plus, it's easy to find high contrast scenes at night.
So I took this one a couple of nights ago as an experiment more than anything. I got a few funny looks when I was taking it, as if to ask "what on earth are you taking a photograph of?". Well, it's a door... of course.
I combined 5 images using Photomatrix with exposures of shutter speeds varying from 1/15 sec to 2.5 seconds. I'd definitely recommend this program - it's incredibly easy to use and gives you some crazy results. Initially I wasn't very impressed with hdr images I'd seen, but recently londonrubbish and chromasia changed my mind.
I'm sure you'll be seeing quite a few more of these types of images from me over the next couple of months.