Well, I finally took the plunge. Went out a registered a domain and am in the process of completely revamping my blog/website. I’m not exactly sure how long the whole process is going to take, but I hope to have everything up and running by the end of next week, so stay tuned. I also wanted to say a big thank you to Chris Frailey, who even got his wife involved in answering some questions I had, and also to Jason Hines and Chris Nitz, who also were able to help me. All three of these guys are fine photographers; please make sure to check out their sites if you haven’t already.
For today’s shot we head to Delaware Park in Buffalo, New York, where I was on Saturday afternoon for a friend’s wedding, just in attendance, not as the photographer. On a side note, they had four photographers at their wedding, which I had never seen before. Anyways, we had about two and half hours to kill between the ceremony and the reception and since it was a beautiful day, we opted to find a park to hang out at. This was the closest, so we made our way down there. We saw a bunch of different weddings come through, which was extremely interesting to see, as there were brides, grooms and bridal parties of all makes and models.
This is a five exposure HDR processed with Photomatix and then kicked over the CS5. I first did an overall curves adjustment, then opened it in onOne PhotoTools. I applied the WoW Landscape filter and then a slight Firenze filter, to give it the bit of a reddish hue. Next up was Color Efex, where I added a Pro Contrast filter and the vignette. Removed a few dust spots, flipped it on its head, and shipped it off to the blog. Enjoy.
Happy Wednesday everyone and thanks for stopping by.