It Burns: Mission HDR Photography

Looks like our pal and favorite experimental photographer Walter Dukes has moved on from the critical “superimposing disembodied celebrity heads and reflective orbs into photos” phase of his career to the wonderful world of retina-searing HDR photography.

Love it or hate it, one thing is for sure: you’ll still be able to see it after closing your eyes for at least 10 minutes.

Check out his flickr for more.

Previously:

Translucent Rita Hayworth Bust Floating Above Mission Dolores Next To Reflective Orbs

15 Responses to “It Burns: Mission HDR Photography”

  1. sorrentolens says:

    Great photos! Amazing color!!!! Good luck.

  2. subframe says:

    Those are perfect examples of why HDR should require a license to operate. Ouch.

  3. Thetens says:

    These are what it would like if Thomas Kinkade designed the Mission.

  4. This looks like fake HDR done in photoshop

  5. walker dukes says:

    Pedestrianist:
    This is real hdr taken with 3 automatically bracketed exposures and processed through photoshop and photomatix just like a lot of other photograpers do.
    Maybe you don’t like it and that is your point of view…but don’t you dare question my integrity when I tell you they are real hdr.

  6. walker dukes says:

    I am sensitive to unnecessary snarky remarks.

  7. ashraf says:

    I love HRD.. love love love… nice picture there.. and nice HRD… thumbs up!!

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