Exercise 106 – Brenda Hernandez-Diaz

Panoramic and HDR Photography. Here I have two images that I worked with. The first one is an HDR image I edited with layers using levels, curves, hue/saturation, black and white, and a mask of black and white on the rocks. The panorama is of a building at Diablo Valley College of a few images that I stitched together in photoshop. A tiny bit of parallaxing lines are showing on the bottom left hand side concrete, and some of the image is omitted due to the lack of getting a full stitched image. I'd need to get more images of the top left side, and bottom right hand side to complete the image fully.

By Brenda Hernandez-Diaz

Hi, My name is Brenda Hernandez-Diaz. I have a background in Art and Sculpture in both CCSF and SFSU. I am currently studying at Diablo Valley College. My Associate of Science in Architectural Design degree is anticipated Spring 2021. And a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture at UC Berkeley to follow. I enjoy brainstorming, and pondering new and old ideas. I treasure being outdoors, walking, hiking, and bike riding. I appreciate design, balance, and mindfulness.

Comments (3)

  1. The HDR photograph caught my eyes. The color of the sky is beautiful, and I can see the texture of the rocks clearly.

  2. Wow, adding the purple sky was a great edit. Additionally, the HDR photo captures more detail of the scenery. The stitching you did on your panoramic looks sharp.

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