Welcome to the start of the HDR 1 Series!
To kick things off I thought I'd share with you this image. I was thinking of keeping it until the end but I just couldn't wait. So the downside is that all my work after this shot is going to seem dull and boring probably! Nevertheless I hope you like today's posting. Do leave a comment and let me know.
No, this is not a historic photo. This was taken just the other day. High Dynamic Range images combine a series of different exposures of the same image to produce a final 8 or 16 bit down-conversion from a 32 bit file. You probably know most of this already but I only learned about it a few months back.
I spent a fair bit of time on this playing with different white/black clips and then with differened channels in the channel mixer to get this one which I am quite happy with.
No post work in terms of artificial stuff added/removed is here. What you see is just a black and white conversion of the original set of low dynamic range images combined. :)
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