Friday, 19 December 2014

The HDR wizard of the north

Next in line of photographers is a bit of a wild card, it is +Jacob Surland a Danish photographer who not only is a great on HDR, he's also a fellow Arcanian at +The Arcanum he is in +Robin Griggs Wood cohort while I'm in +Glenn Guy cohort. He is one of the reasons that I got in a bit deaper with processing in HDR and he's just a great guy to talk to over at Google+. He runs a great blog with lot's of free tutorials at http://caughtinpixels.com/.

This is a part of +The Arcanum and my level 7 quest. Where I'm to pick 10 photos that have had a profound impact on me and my photography.

And we have now reached pick number 3


The Christmas Viking Ship by Jacob Surland'

Perfectly aligned with phi, leading lines. This nearly feels like 3-D. I'm not a big fan of selective colors but in this case I thing it works great.

A stranded ship with a big sky above get me thinking about the old Viking gods like Odin and Thor. Great work and it's a privilege to follow you and your work +Jacob Surland 

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Friday, 19 December 2014

The HDR wizard of the north

Next in line of photographers is a bit of a wild card, it is +Jacob Surland a Danish photographer who not only is a great on HDR, he's also a fellow Arcanian at +The Arcanum he is in +Robin Griggs Wood cohort while I'm in +Glenn Guy cohort. He is one of the reasons that I got in a bit deaper with processing in HDR and he's just a great guy to talk to over at Google+. He runs a great blog with lot's of free tutorials at http://caughtinpixels.com/.

This is a part of +The Arcanum and my level 7 quest. Where I'm to pick 10 photos that have had a profound impact on me and my photography.

And we have now reached pick number 3


The Christmas Viking Ship by Jacob Surland'

Perfectly aligned with phi, leading lines. This nearly feels like 3-D. I'm not a big fan of selective colors but in this case I thing it works great.

A stranded ship with a big sky above get me thinking about the old Viking gods like Odin and Thor. Great work and it's a privilege to follow you and your work +Jacob Surland 

2 comments: