You might have heard the enigmatic acronym “HDR” in reference to photography. It stands for “High Dynamic Range” and it creates photos with gorgeous, impossible detail and clarity.
This post showcasing some extremely beautiful and perfectly executed HDR photos. Some of them might look surreal, too colorful, even magic or fake, but they are not — keep in mind that they’ve all been developed out of usual photos, and not a single image is an illustration.
For me the photo symbolizes eternity and a lot of speed. This reminds me of Star Trek when they travel at light speed. – Welcome To Tron by Spreng Ben
Everyone at Burning Man is in costume all the time. That’s about 50,000 people at a week-long costume party that becomes pretty intense. On the night of the actual burn of the tower (which you can see in the background), there was a little gathering of steampunk players toward the inner ring. One of the girls saw me taking photos, and came over to compare goggles for a bit. I grabbed this one of her just before it was time to return to her party. – Everyone at Burning Man by Trey Ratcliff
Ferrari F430 in Madrid, HDR by marcp_dmoz
This short trail inside the Bamboo Forest of Kyoto is abosuletly magical. It is like you are on a different planet. – The Bamboo Forest Trail by arcreyes
Even after all this time The sun never says to the earth, You owe Me by ZedZAP
This market has been around since the 14th century and mostly sells fresh food, generally meat, poultry, game and cheese. It also sells flowers I believe. According to sources, this stands on the centre of what was Roman London. – Leadenhall Market by TheFella
This is the Mexican Coca~Cola flower. This particular variety is called Enjoy. It prefers full sunlight and moderate water. The fertilizer I use is top secret and locked in a hidden vault. So well hidden and top secret, I actually forgot where I hid it. Doesn’t matter anyway, I forgot the combo. – The Mexican Coca~Cola Flower by hbmike2000
Massive cloud to the right, cutting the sky in two halfs. The pond is unfort. overcrowded by green algae. –Pond front by Kemoauc
Zion NP is North-East of Saint George, UT. This sunrise photo was taken from Saint George. The distant background is Zion. If you know the area, you can see West Temple on the larger version. – SW Sunrise by Nikon Knight
A popular bridge to jump your guts off if you are ever in Queenstown NZ & have some balls to spare 😛 Its awesome to see the number of ppl queueing up to do it even tho its pretty expensive now to start with. I rem its about $65 back in 2004 & currently $175. Seems like more & more tourists are tremedously happy to pay to pee in their pants haha! Its really hilarious to see the reaction of some when they jump off. Well, no matter how silly they may look, i kudos to them for the dare to plunge. Well done at conquering whatever you wants to conquer! – Kawarau Suspension Bridge by Artie