Grand Central on a Rainy Night During the Holidays
I started www.hdrspotting.com/ (and see the Editor's Picks too) with a friend to help bring more attention to other HDR photographers out there. We developed a cutting-edge "attention generation engine", designed to increase traffic for new and old artists all over the world. The site is still in beta, and thus, invite only. You have to know someone to get an invite (don't ask me - I don't hand them out). But you can pick up extra in the HDR group on Facebook, Flickr, and keep searching Twitter for when people have extras to give away.
Here is a testimonial from Brian Matiash:
I was first drawn to HDR Spotting because of the high quality HDR images that were shared by some very talented photographers. Since then, posting my best HDR images to HDR Spotting has become a natural part of my post-processing workflow. When a shot is finalized and ready to share, one of its first stops is at HDR Spotting. Now, most of my images average at least 1,500 views and my Editor's Choice shots average between 7,000 - 8,500 extra views!! I really am loving this added visibility to my work. Great job with the site, keep up the great work!
Daily Photo - Grand Central on a Rainy Night During the Holidays
I took this about the same time I went into Grand Central Station and performed my unique star-pattern maneuver to evade security guards. I described it in detail the next day when I spoke at B&H.
I've perfected a panoply of techniques to circumnavigate and befuddle security guards who don't like tripods. Maybe I will write a little e-book on this some day.
from the blog www.stuckincustoms.com