HDR Tennis – Game 7

Okay, so there is no way in Helena (haha… pun intended!) that I took this bracket. I would have loved to be there for that, but sadly, I wasn’t. No, the talented Pete Talke. You should check out his stuff. It’s awesome! So, a talented group of individuals competes by taking the same bracket and seeing who can process it the best. You can find out more on that here.

So, here is my version for Game 7. Unfortunately, I’m not one of the chosen individuals that compete, but they allow anyone to download the brackets and try it out for themselves. For this bracket, I blurred the water and grayed the sky so that the viewers eyes might start immediately on the bridge (left side). From there, hopefully they follow it to the clock tower. Then, from right to left following the buildings.

What do you think?

HDR Tennis - Game 7 - Original Image

HDR Tennis - Game 7 - One of the Original Images (Provied by Pete Talke)

HDR Tennis - Game 7

HDR Tennis - Game 7 (Bracket provided by Pete Talke)

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January 18, 2011 - 7:11 am

Benjamin Lee gothic

January 18, 2011 - 9:25 am

Chris @Benjamin Lee – Thanks for the comment. Yes, I tend to make my images a little on the darker side. It gives greater control over where the viewers eye goes.

January 19, 2011 - 10:25 pm

Bill Anzik Ok, I looked at the pics before I read the text and my eyes did exactly what you said: started on the left and then went to the clock tower. Then I compared the first and second… wondering why so much green on the first column as opposed to the rest. That must be what draws the eyes. Love the sky in the second pic.

January 20, 2011 - 2:54 am

Chris @Bill Anzik – Thanks, Bill!

March 25, 2015 - 4:49 pm

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