This picture has been both posted around the web and sold in galleries. It is probably still my favorite (and most sold) HDR shot. Taken with a Nikon D2X in Saginaw, Michigan. Lightly sauteed in Photomatix. Please note the figure you can see standing in the window (something that I didn\'t notice until I processed the photo!) So titled because of the satellite dish on the roof, contrasted with the lack of front porch steps, etc......
nice work, excellent shot....the person in the window is the creepiest thing I have ever seen.
This is one of the best, most intriguing pictures I've seen--wow, I'm jealous!
This is great, it is one of the best to make the site.
Did you add the birds in photoshop? Just wondering how they could stay in the same place over several exposures.
I didn't use multiple exposures for this shot. I took one RAW file, and exported the varying exposures out of Nikon Capture and then imported them into Photomatix.
Well, it sure worked well and thanks for sharing that information.
very cool picture, you've really got a great eye.
That picture really captures the magnificence of that old house. It almost looks like an Antebellum mansion.
Just spook-tacular. I love these creepy old houses, there are tons of them here in southern NJ.
It's Norman Bates at the window.
Cool! I would like to see this in b&w. Could be more effective?
this is unbelievable.. my favorite photo by far.... the birds circling above make it all that much more great.