Stuck in Customs

This ain't your average travel photography.

When executed using skill and a sharp eye, High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography can add a sense of heightened reality to everyday situations. HDR is a post-processing of either one image or a series of images, combining them and adjusting the contrast ratios to do things that are virtually impossible with a single aperture and shutter speed. The results are often striking. Trey Ratcliff is the author of the web’s number one travel photography blog. His images are ethereal, sometimes haunting and always beautiful. What’s more amazing is that Trey is blind in one eye. One look at his impressive array of photographs and you’ll be transported to another realm – a place of vibrant depth and inspirational splendor.

This Frandom is by Paul Diker at MIJO.