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Tracks to the Sky - 2006

Copper Canyon, Texas, USA.

 

This multi-exposure image was created by combining three exposures with Photomatix software. The resulting image is called an HDR image - for "high dynamic range" - because it captures a wider range of the actual colors and light than a standard one image exposure. This relatively new technique begins to replicate what a human eye actually "sees" when it views a scene.

   

If you're interested in Photomatix, you can download a free trial from their website:

 

www.hdrsoft.com

  

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Jeff R. Clow"

 

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Taken on March 10, 2006