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The Fountain at JPM Building


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Daily HDR photo – This is the HDR photo of a fountain near the Jabatan Perdana Menteri (Prime Minister Department) building at Putrajaya, Malaysia. I past this building several times but not realize there a big fountain in the middle of the park near the building. I compose the fountain with building as the background to balance the photo. Click on the photo to view in black.

Camera: Canon EOS 400D
Iso: 100
Shooting style: Tripod
Programme: Aperture Priority: F16 , Bracketing
Lens: 18-55mm
Exposure: -2,0,2
Software: Photomatix Pro,Photoshop
Shoot number: Multiple Exposure
File format: RAW

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  1. […] See the rest here: The Fountain at JPM Building | Momoc HDR Photography […]

  2. Robin says:

    Hey momoc,
    I have to say, I am very impressed with your place here. I never thought there would be someone as dedicated and committed as yourself, going full on HDR photography. Simply love your captures.
    My attempts were not even real HDRs, they were pseudo-HDR only. I shall be looking forward to experiment more soon.
    Keep those drool-worthy photos coming. KL sure looks very different through your HDR works.

  3. momoc says:

    Thanks Robin, I kinda stuck to HDR world since last year. Still learning and experimenting HDR setting and treatment. You should try bracketing mode at your DSLR and process with Photomatix. I`m sure you will amaze with the result…:)

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