This is the film strip version. They are also available separately as individual photos. My original idea with this film strip, was to show the temple through the various eras of photography. I thought I’d start with the old grainy, faded sepia to yellow murk photos of the late 1800’s. Then I thought I’d bring to the 1950’s with Ansel Adams Black and White zone system. Next would be the film era and Velvia saturation and silhouettes. Finally, would be the digital HDR era. However, when I put them in that order, it didn’t quite make sense to the brain (why is the BW in the middle and why is the dark one in the middle?). So I chose a more visually pleasing order than an intellectual historically pleasing order.
BTW: these HDR photos were put together from 9 different bracketed photos. The textured one was from one of my own textures combined with the detail plug in from Topaz Labs. The Black and White was from Topaz BW Plug In. And the HDR was processed in Photomatix.