photos were taken at, around Central Park which can be found centrally
from 59th to 110th Streets and from 5th Avenue to Central Park
West in Manhattan.
This HDR photo features the Marionette Theatre found not far from
the Shakespeare Garden and the Delacorte Theatre within Central
Again, like many of the previous images, 3 consecutive photos were
taken using bracketing for the sake of varying exposures. How much
post-processing was involved? Hmmmm, lots and lots and lots. Some
folks might say I'd gone overboard with this image whereas others
might say it's lovely? Just as was mentioned on the HDR Main Page,
it's all a matter of personal taste.
This HDR image was shot at a small and lonely entryway to 'The
Lake' accessed from the drive which encircles the center of Central
Park. I do recall it as being someplace around the 60s or 70s on
the western side. Again 3 photos were taken for this with a bare
minimum of tone mapping and even less post processing.
Not too many folks are fond of this image but it
happens to be a fave of yours truly. Again, personal taste plays
a major part.
One had to take, or rather I had to take dozens of photos to get
the angle right and to wait for a point when the sun was shining
just right. Let's not mention how you'd have to wait for a timeslot
when no one is passing through this structure. You can find it
also on the western side of the drive which goes around the center
of the park.