Photo shop – get it?
The Edinburgh Buildings are on the corner of King Street, South Shields and include a photo processing shop on the ground floor where you can take your cd-rom, memory card, usb stick etc. to have your photos printed, ideal for a bit of heavy photo processing I thought, so off I went and got to work on it.
This image originally came from three separate ,jpg files (bracketed at two stop intervals) and they were processed as an HDR (High Dynamic Range) in Photomatix, before the result was sent to Photoshop to have a few extra layers and a mask added, to finish it off I flattened the image and did a bit of dodging and burning in the sky. Cool, I thought – Photo-shop!
What do you think?
Having made one or two HDRs now I’m almost hooked, so I’ll be featuring a few of them shortly in South Shields Daily Pictures where you can catch up with my latest work.
Camera details: Pentax K100D, 28mm lens, 1/125 second, f8, iso 200