Please join Pilot Imaging and PPSGW (Professional Photographer Society of Greater Washington) on Tuesday February 6th at 7pm at Southlawn Studios at Pilot Imaging for a presentation by local photographer Joshua Dunn. Joshua will be discussing his amazing architectural works using HDR and Focus stacking techniques to create large (5'x8'!) panoramas. Each photograph is assembled using between 700-2400 individual images to "build" his final image. Please see his bio below! The presentation is free to PPSGW members, and is only $10 for non members.
Joshua Dunn is a photographer based in the Washington D.C. area. He is a husband, a father and a veteran who is recent graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design’s Master of Fine Arts in Photography program. Originally trained as a large format film photographer he has been photographing for over twenty years. He currently is an adjunct Professor at Montgomery College in Rockville Maryland.
Primarily focusing on architecture Joshua creates multiple-row, focus stacked, high dynamic range panoramas in digital format. This arduous technique allows for ultra high-resolution photographs producing amazing detail. Still believing in the importance of the fine art print this technique allows him to print many of these photographs as large as 5’x8’.