Steve Burns' Collection of Beautiful HDR Photography
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High dynamic range imaging (HDR) is a technique of making photos which considers combination of number of photos or computer rendering. This technique allows photographers to produce remarkable and colorful photos.
Steve Burns is a photographer who started to take his first photos 24 years ago. He bought his first digital camera in 2003. During his productive career as a photographer, he has took a plenty of quality photos. He is also active on Flickr where you can find some of his latest photos.
We are going to focus here on his work with HDR imaging and we have collected for you a dozen of his HDR photographs and we are pretty sure that you are going to enjoy while watching them.

Beautiful Black and White Photography by Nobuyuki Taguchi
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Born in 1968 in Yokohama, Japan, Nobuyuki Taguchi first began his photography back in 1991, when he was studying Fine Art in Sculpture at University in London. After finishing his MA course in 1995, Nobuyuki soon developed a deep interest in Information Technology and he became an IT professional. In 1999 he started “Digital” photography and has been spending more time on his photography since. In 2007 he started publishing his Black and White Photography on the internet. In May 2009 Nobuyuki’s photography article “Eye for a difference” was published in “Amateur Photographer” magazine.

Hyper-Realistic Paintings by Richard Estes
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I like realistic paintings where artist tries to show us exactly the part of his sight as it was in reality.
It is not so easy to make such paintings because everything needs to be perfect and you have to care about each tiny detail.
If you look the following collection of images which we attached to this article, in one moment, you might think that you are looking at photographs, however, the truth is that those are realistic paintings painted with oil paints by Richard Estes. As you can see, those paintings do look like they've been made in 70's.

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