Welcome to wiredEye.net
You will find some interesting photography here.
I enjoy landscape photography using high-dynamic-range techniques. I also like to
capture panoramic images indoors and out. The combination of these techniques can
be truly fascinating.
My love of the outdoors has also helped me develop an interest in botanical photography,
which also has stunning results.
Use the Table of Contents for more information or browse through
the sections under Galleries and 360 Panoramas to enjoy my world of photography.
If you want to buy a print I can help you there too; just click on an image's caption in a gallery to view available print sizes.
Switchbacks, Whitewater River Canyon
I use a process based on high dynamic range image processing and tone-mapping or
image fusion to create many of my images.
high dynamic range imaging
I create high dynamic range images by shooting multiple exposures of a scene and
combining them. This HDR image is the source for derivative images and panoramas
via a process called tone-mapping or image fusion.
Lately I'm favoring image fusion for its natural look; and using tone-mapping where
textures are important.
The process of tone-mapping converts color and luminance to color tones of proportional
brightness and then increases local contrast to enhance detail. The effect is to
"compress" the dynamic range of an image, enhancing highlight and shadow
detail. If over applied, images become "cooked".
This process directly creates a fused image from bracketed exposures. Each bracketed
image is analyzed for the properly exposed portions and merged into a composite
image. The result is very natural looking image embracing the complete dynamic range
of the source images.
A series of images are stitched together to create an equirectangular projection
from which many derivative images are created.
Stitched equirectangular image (tone-mapped)
about the site
This site has been developed to efficiently display photographs and interactive panoramas for public viewing
Adobe Flash is required to view interactive panoramas.
All images copyright © Steven dosRemedios unless otherwise noted.
Founded in 1999 in Emeryville, California, Pictopia has become the premier photo
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Calibrate Your Monitor
You need to have a monitor which has been properly "tuned" to get the
best possible viewing experience.
Adjust the brightness and contrast of your monitor so that you can distinguish each
of the grayscale patches.
image copyright notice
Copyright © Steven dosRemedios
Images and panoramas produced by Steven dosRemedios and his agents may not be copied,
used or redistributed in any way for personal or commercial use without the express
written permission of Steven dosRemedios.
Copyright law grants the copyright owner exclusive right to copy, distribute and
create derivative works in any medium. Copying these photographs, or portions thereof,
is a copyright infringement and is expressly forbidden.