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8 Stunning HDR Photographs by Jackie Wu

8 Stunning HDR Photographs by Jackie Wu

Written 5 years ago by Lee Milthorpe

Jackie Wu, age 23, resident of London. These attributes could describe any ordinary person; that is until you set eyes on his extraordinary images. With a clear talent for stunning HDR imagery, Wu shoots images that are pure eye candy on his Canon 400d, and sets his images apart through the use of extreme wide angle lenses and canny image stitching.

Chelsea FC

Chelsea FC

Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge

Symphony

Symphony

Salamander

Salamander

Neckar

Neckar

Jettingen

Jettingen

Good Morning London

Good Morning London

Euston

Euston

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Comments
Abhilash  5 years ago

I spend some time yesterday experimenting with Qtpfsgui for creating HRDIs.

I have a few samples on my blog now.

Mark  5 years ago

Many photographers think HDR photography is a party trick but this is defiantly not true. High Dynamic Range Photography is a major part of the future of photography. HDR photography is a new technology so many photographers are skeptical or unfamiliar with it.

Jackie Wu aka GeckoKid  5 years ago

Thank you very much for featuring my work on this site, and thanks to a tweet, I would have no idea I was featured!

Jackie

Lee Milthorpe  5 years ago

You’re welcome Jackie! Your photographs deserve the exposure, they’re pretty stunning!

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