Friday, April 29, 2011

Victory Family Church - HDR - Pittsburgh Wedding Photography

Victory Family Church
When I arrived at the church an hour before taking this image, I knew that unless something changed, the sky would make an amazing backdrop for an image of the church.  In my mind, I knew that I wanted a black and white HDR image.  The wind was so strong that I didn't risk letting go of the tripod since there is no doubt that the would would blow it over.  Personally, I really like when the sky is very dramatic but many times it brings with it either rain or strong winds.  Earlier in the week, the beautiful sky brought rain. Today, the beautiful sky came with powerful winds.  

Nikon D300s
Nikon 35 mm f/1.8
ISO 200
5 bracketed shots
Nik HDR Efex Pro

I mentioned this thought in the past but it bears repeating.  Take a different path to work, look around your neighborhood and surrounding communities.  Keep looking for new and unique images to photograph and while you are photographing the community, you are documenting it for future generations.

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