Storm Clouds at Colter Bay

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© Jeff R. Clow

Another one frame jpeg image from a shot I took this summer in Grand Teton National Park. The photo was enhanced by creating a pseudo-hdr tone mapped image using Dynamic Photo HDR software, version 2.0. The software allows the nuances of light, color and depth to be recovered from a one frame jpeg image.

If you have the time, I hope you'll view this at the larger size linked below so you can see that it is actually possible to get some "depth" from a singe jpeg image using this technique:

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If you would like to download a free trial of this new 2.0 version of Dynamic Photo HDR software, you can get it by clicking the link below and going to the bottom right hand corner of the page for the free trial download:

www.mediachance.com/hdri/index.html

LynchburgVirginia ★, Mohd Al-Harbi, and 143 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. GButterfly 89 months ago | reply

    beautiful what you've done to enhance the blues - gives it a cold icey feel - very nice.

  2. Skyburst 89 months ago | reply

    Perfectly stunning ;-) well done Jeff.

    A larger view is a must to really get a feel for this capture.

    Steve.

  3. ΞLLΞ∩ 89 months ago | reply

    Amazing!!! Thanks for the info - I would like to buy this software but I don't know the shipping costs to germany - I've send an e-mail to them but no answer ...
    --
    Seen on your photo stream. (?)

  4. vaskos66 89 months ago | reply

    КРАСОТА !!!!! ***** (RU)

  5. firstsheaf 89 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called The Best of God's Creation (Contest OPEN for - SKY and WATER), and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

    Stunning effect. Gorgeous picture.

  6. CaZ* 89 months ago | reply

    ****Wow'a'Jeff what a stunner... *AWESOME colours & textures!!!
    Composition is breathtaking!!! Happy Friday! :O)

    This is a magical image!
    Please share it with us in...
    *Magic EYE*!

  7. (www.Billyraayn.com) Billy Raayn Photography 89 months ago | reply

    This is really awesome stuff, (hat in hand)!!!

  8. bluefam 89 months ago | reply

    wonderful.

  9. Sandmania 89 months ago | reply

    Those clouds are simply awesome!

  10. Jamie Amodeo 89 months ago | reply

    I am pleased and honored to tell you that your photo has been selected for 25 Percent MagicDonkey Solution Group. Out of each 100 photos submitted to 25 are chosen by our secret formula. We would be honored if you placed your photo in: www.flickr.com/groups/25_percent_magic_monkey_solution/ Thanks so much Bob and Jamie.
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  11. Nikktond 89 months ago | reply

    So perfect ,clear and detailed, beautiful and peaceful. Splendid

  12. Nino H 89 months ago | reply

    Amazing sky !
    Wonderful shot


    25% MagicDonkey Solution

  13. Ironworker63 88 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called World's Best Dazzling Shots.("invited images only"), and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

  14. ColtahMang 85 months ago | reply

    Not only is this an AWESOME shot....but my name is Colter so it's even better!

  15. freshairsandiego... 73 months ago | reply

    Jeff,

    Bigger is better, i was doing a search for Dynamic Photo HDR and saw that you use it. I am looking to get either Photo m x or this what would you recommend?
    I use Topaz Adjust right now and really enjoy it but find I might find some other useful tools in one of these programs.

  16. kd8cdp_Gordo 67 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called SHOWCASE HDR, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    Very Nice Shot. It looks like the mountains are of blue ice. Thanks for sharing your great photos with us all.

  17. ducktourer 58 months ago | reply

    HDR from a single jpeg?? Wow, it certainly pops out when viewed large and on black! Seems you are quite the hdr expert - thanks for showing people the software link too, might be worth a fiddle with =)

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