Finding a lot gem is one of the best parts of working in fine art photography. With so many photos in my catalog and the amount that get added each month it is hard to keep up. Some days I will go back into older folders and select a portrait session or a vacation our family took. I then go into my post photo working mind set and begin to cull out the bad shots and mark some of the keepers to edit. Here or just two prints I have discovered this past week. The are both created using my Canon 60D set on a tripod. I then used my bracketing exposure setting to capture three photos of these scenes all set to be two exposures higher then the first. This way you get all the dynamic range in the field of view. The photos start off in Lightroom and our exported to Photomatix. A popular HDR software. With just a few slider adjustments I am read to save and then bring them back into Lightroom for the few final adjustments. Have you ever wanted to add some art to your home or office? Maybe I have some fine art photos for your walls. Click one of the photos below or follow this link to my online print shop.