This month’s “unloved” photo is from Egypt. Utilizing HDR software to overcome high contrast. Such software can be effective without drawing unnecessary attention to its self if used in a subtle manner. Click the image for the original article. Published on the last day of each month, the “Unloved photo” highlights a previously ignored image…
Early morning and the full moon hangs over Egypt’s Valley of the Queens.
Egypt image gallery now posted. HDR was used to good effect to get maximum detail in a Cairo Mosque photograph.
A hot air balloon drifts in the early morning over the landscape on the outskirts of Luxor, Egypt.
Re-evaluating a digital photograph.
Saying goodbye to a long-eared friend.
In ancient times these pyramids were covered in polished white limestone and would have been dazzling, reflecting the sunlight. Over the years the limestone has weathered away, been broken/damaged by earthquakes, or deliberately removed.
Some of the pyramids are believed to have been built over a period of about 20 years and would have required a workforce of as many as 200,000 people.
It’s said that Agatha Christie wrote “Death on the Nile” whilst staying there and a film based on the novel was shot there in the 1970s.
hieroglyphics carved in stone millennia ago still visible today, but what do they mean?
The River Nile near Aswan, Egypt, and the water gives a near-perfect golden metallic reflection.
all shots were handheld, but with the low speed of the flight and all the elements of the image being distant, compiling the shots necessary for a panoramic was possible.