No, not that kind of exposed. But in reference to what I felt I was limited to when I was utilizing 5 different JPEG photos taken at different exposure levels for HDR imaging. Now I couldn't exactly tell the hundreds of people surrounding Cloud Gate (The Bean) to freeze while I take 5 snapshots. I thought I solved that problem after investing in a DSLR camera only to find out that my camera provides Automatic Exposure Bracketing (AEB) only at maximum steps of 0.77 (-0.77, 0 , and 0.77), which provided little, if any, noticeable results. I always took exposure levels in 1.0 full step in increments of -2, -1, 0, 1, and 2. But then it dawned on me that I could take one RAW photo and have that processed through my HDR program, Photomatix.
I've been told of another program Topaz Adjust, which is supposed to be something similar to the Photomatix program I currently use. I'll be checking out their free trial version download soon.
Overall, I still thought that this was a cool shot. It provides ghostly images of the people. The woman in orange really stood out in numerous spots. :-)
Photo taken July 29, 2009.
New photos posted on most Mondays through Thursdays.
All photos are copyrighted and may not be reproduced or distributed without my expressed, written consent.