This Week I Got to Show-off my Art in the Spori Building at BYU-I!
To get this shot, I used a process called bracketing. It’s three images merged together so that each spot (The Tetons in the background, the Barn in the mid-ground, and the water and grass in the foreground) is exposed correctly.
You can see my print hanging in the hallway of the Spori building on the first floor! To get from the before and after photos, other than merging the three photos, I raised the highlights and saturation. Because of the high-resolution print, we wanted to make sure it was well exposed, so I brought up the exposure as well as sharpened a lot of the details. Especially the foreground, barn, and mountains.