The July 2007 issue of LinuxJournal hits the stands today, and tucked within the shiny pages of this seditious rag is a small article on the use of open source software to rewrite the rules of photography.
Actually, High Dynamic Range Imaging has been around for a while, but it’s only now that the equipment is getting cheap enough for hacks like myself to be able to play with all the fun new toys and write articles on them so that other hacks and wannabes can get in on the action.
So go forth! LinuxJournal is usually carried by Barnes and Noble and other distressingly reputable establishments and newsttands. The cover has Shrek on it, so it looks innocent enough, but don’t be fooled: this kind of thing will rot your brain, and it’s cheaper than heroin!