To recap, true HDR images are created from multiple exposures of the same subject shot at different ev settings to capture the full tonal range. Pseudo-HDR images are generated from a single image using Tone Mapping to bring out the light and dark nuances of the image. And in some cases where Raw captures are used, the pseudo-HDR results can be pretty convincing as I described in the prequel to this post.
At any rate, I thought I would have fun with this five exposure shot of the White House in Washington DC taken from the Mall facing north. I couldn’t resist the clouds and this made for a perfect shot for over the edge tone mapping which is sometimes called HDR.
My artistic self expression through technology!!