This stone stairway is part of the Master Grill in Chastain Park. The Master Grill was developed in the 1920’s under the leadership of William L. Monroe Sr., a master stonesman. This is a 5 file HDR image processed in Photomatix Pro and Lightroom. This photo was done for the 2013 Weekly Photo Challenge I am taking part in this year. You can read more about Chastain Park in an article I wrote for Buckhead Patch http://buckhead.patch.com/articles/chastain-park-a-world-class-neighborhood-and-park
This week the Weekly Photo Challenge subject on Flickr is “Light”. This image shows the western sunlight that shines through my office window late each afternoon. Hope you like it.
Three images were used to make this photo. Here is how it was done:
1/1000, 1/500, 1/1000
Processed using SNS HDR
This was my favorite picture of the week. I went off subject this week and feel a little guilty, but this is for Ben who turned 5 years old on Wednesday. Happy Birthday big man!
Check out what the rest of the Group is doing on Flickr http://www.flickr.com/groups/52_the__2012_edition/
Again, the weekly subject of “extreme detail” was difficult because I was adamant not to shoot a macro picture. I got a new car a couple of weeks ago, the new Ford Explorer. It has rained almost every day since I purchased it, including as I was driving it off of the lot; so today I finally went and got a car wash. Since it was all shiny and sparkly I decided to get a detailed shot of the front grill. I processed it using SNS-HDR and Lightroom.
On the next to last week of 2011, our subject in the weekly photo challenge is Stillness. My idea was to focus on the tripod, something I have with me all the time and use on a regular basis. In this shot my shutter speed was 1/10th of a second, an ideal shot to take using a tripod, but it was my subject…so I held my breath, released my breath…not sure which one was better but I think I prefer taking shots after I let my breath out. Anyway, here is my photo of my trusty tripod: