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Custom Tonemapping Constructs (addendum to “My Growth as an HDR Photographer”)

The basic concept of HDR image processing is utilizing a ‘high dynamic range’ variance in photography – meaning you are capturing a merged large ratio difference between the brightest and darkest areas of at least two images to stimulate and enhance the ‘visual contrast depth’ when presenting captures in print or a computer monitor. 382 more words

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Cathedral Morning - Tule Canyon, Texas

Here’s a shot of an incredible rock formation found at the very south end of Tule Canyon near Silverton, Texas. Exploring the western edge of Tule Canyon near the MacKenzie Reservoir yields some of the most interesting history and geology in the entire state. 138 more words

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Cold Day at Caprock Canyons State Park, Texas

Cold Day at Caprock Canyons State Park, Texas
Copyright © 2013 Jeff Lynch Photography

Shot taken with a Canon EOS 5D Mark III with GP-E2 unit attached, set on aperture (Av) priority using an EF 17-40mm f/4L IS USM lens and tripod mounted. 40 more words

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Scratching Post - Caprock Canyons State Park, Texas

“Over 12,000 years ago these lands supported now-extinct mammoth and giant bison, as well as camel and horses in a damper, cooler climate. More recently, black bears and grey wolves made their home in the region, but by the 1950s, they were forced out due to predator control by humans. 204 more words

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Hiking the CCC Ridge Trail at Palo Duro Canyon State Park

“The rugged Palo Duro Canyon, the nation’s second largest such gorge, located in the High Plains of the Texas Panhandle, is home to one of the Lone Star State’s largest state parks (some 28,978 acres). 264 more words

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South Prong Canyon

“The rugged beauty of Caprock Canyons State Park has been created over millions of years, shaped by wind and water. The park is located along the Caprock Escarpment, a long, narrow rocky formation as high as 1,000 feet that forms a natural tran­sition between the flat, high plains of the Llano Estacado to the west and the lower Rolling Plains to the east. 201 more words

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The Spanish Skirts of Palo Duro Canyon

Palo Duro Canyon is approximately 120 miles long and 600 to 800 feet deep and is the second largest canyon in the United States. The canyon was formed less than 1 million years ago when the Prairie Dog Town Fork of the Red River first carved its way through the Southern High Plains. 137 more words

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