The Edges of the Flatiron, and yes, B&W HDRs are fun!

New Book Images Coming Online

Books are still hitting the warehouses and causing a light holiday panic!  Cool!  I put up some new images of how gorgeous the book looks on the inside on the HDR Book page.  Here are a few quick samples for you!

Book shots (23 of 26)

Book shots (18 of 26)

Book shots (12 of 26)

An Interview at Scott Wyden’s Blog

Scott sent me a very nice interview, and he has just published it.  It’s a quick read for you!

Daily Photo – The Edges of the Flatiron (and yes, B&W HDRs are fun!)

This is the famous Flatiron building in NYC.  I shot it a few weeks ago when I was scouting the location for the book party.

One of the topics we will cover in the HDR Workshop with Scott Bourne in Florida is the topic of creating HDRs in Black and White.  I also have a new article coming out soon about that very subject on Scott’s blog.  I’ll be sure to give everyone a heads up before that hits! :)

The edges of the Flatiron

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  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/paulcowell/ Paul Cowell

    Great Clouds, love this BnW shot. I am also looking forward to receiveing my pre-booked copy of the book :)

  • Gail

    Great photo in B&W, Trey. Another one to add to my collection!!! Thanks for sharing!!

  • http://www.danleitch.com Dan Leitch

    Nice! I love this shot! how did you get the whole thing in!? was it just with a super wide angle lens?

  • http://www.danleitch.com Dan Leitch

    the book looks very nice by the way :)

  • http://www.robcoldicott.com Rob Coldicott

    Wow – fantastic photo, and of one of my favourite buildings. I due in New York in early Jan, and will be spending a lot of time here. Inspiring as always.

  • http://chromagenic.com Matt Williams

    Whats the current estimate on shipping out the book? My parents bought a copy (a christmas present I should not know about) for me. I am only going to be in the US till Jan 3 then its back to Amsterdam. Will I be seeing it before I leave the US???

  • Mike Diblicek

    Hi Trey,

    WOW, Fantastic shot, love this in B+W, this is really beautiful, more b+w please.

    All the best

    Mike

  • http://steffen-im-ausland.de Steffen

    just got the book yesterday. very good print and awesome pictures. Now I have to read it :)

  • http://wasatchreflections.com darrin

    If given the choice I will usually pick color over black and white, but this photo is the exception. Great shot.

  • http://aegallerie.com Ed and the

    Great image Trey. love the clouds and the overall composition.

  • casusan

    Fantastic shot Trey – love the sky!

  • Facebook User

    Excellent B&W photo Trey! This has gone into my top 10 of your photos. :)

    Any way to track the status of our book orders online? Can’t wait to get mine!

  • jawsh3539

    This is one of my favorites out of all the ones you have posted. It’s great!

  • http://www.stuckincustoms.com Stuck In Customs

    Thanks!

    Dan – yes I used the 14-24 Nikon ! :)

    Matt and others – Everything is in the warehouse in various states of receiving and re-shipping. As for my part (the signing), I stayed up all night to get that done so I would not be the bottleneck! :) I have no idea when any of them will ship – but we have it all in the system to go out ASAP.

  • http://focus.tracinglight.com/ Daniel Peckham

    Excellent! Looks like a “real” B&W rather than just a photo converted to B&W after the fact, if that makes sense. The clouds & man crossing the street seal the deal.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jonathan-Wander/591874668 Jonathan Wander

    I agree with an earlier commenter…more B&W, please! Spectacular.

  • Allen

    Is that done with one RAW shot?

  • http://www.fiftypercentchanceofrain.com Jason

    Try this B&W is stunning. TOnes are perfect and the subject is perfect for B&W as well.

    Jason

  • Aeran

    Hey Trey,

    Aeran from the coffee house here, I dig the shot a lot. You caught the business man in the foreground in a great pose with his jacket flaring up like a bird’s feathers. The sky almost looks sketched too.

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