Kingston, a road-trip (in HDR)

A couple weeks ago I went to Kingston with four good friends and decided to go around taking photos, specifically, taking three bracketed photos (unfortunately the D90 only brackets three, and not five as it would be ideal) under and over exposing by 2 stops.

All the HDR tonemapping was made on Photomatix Pro.

Baby Ducks on the Kingston bay.

I started taking photos as we walked on the shore, and those baby ducks were sitting there with their mom.

Canadian Boat-Home?

Boat on the harbor

After photographing the two boats that were worth it, we decided to walk through downtown Kingston, and see what could we shoot. Luckily after the big train stationed near the harbor, there was this nice looking Harley Davidson, asking to be shot.

Everybody Loves Trains. (HDR)

Harley B&W HDR close up

Full Harley (HDR)

Passing the Harley, there was a nice classic capitol on a church, and across the street a very interesting abandoned church.

Classic capitol (B&W HDR)

Abandoned Church (HDR)

And before calling it a day for photography, this very nice car was parked a couple clocks down.

HDR old car

It was a fun day, with plenty of good photo-opportunities, and I definitelly will be shooting more HDR. Some other random photos taken that day:

Church 
Runner
Train

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