I’m starting a new photo series call the Technocolour Series, showcasing my high dynamic range (HDR) photo edits. It is mostly an experimental series and will differ somewhat to my usual blog photos. My previous post was a photo essay on the Australian War Memorial. Due to the time of day I was at the War Memorial, there were lots of highlights and shadows in the scene, especially in this particular scene. I decided to bracket my shots by taking three shots of the same scene at different exposures, +1, 0 and -1 (The Fujifilm X-T10 has a bracketing function) and post-process this in Photomatix Pro. It was only the second time I played around in Photomatix Pro, I’m not sure if I’m entirely happy with the end result but it was definitely fun to play around with the different effects.
This is part of the technocolour series, thanks for stopping by today.