Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by Kent Frost, Nov 14, 2006.
I like it. A little blown out at the opening- tunnels can be that way. I'm trying to figure out the two exposure thing without the hdr aspect.
I agree, without any double exposure or HDR tweaking tunnel shots with bright daylight on the outside are always troublesome.
I usually try to underexpose for the tunnel walls to reduce clipping at the highlight end. and then in postprocessing (from RAW) I brighten up the shadows.
oh, and one thing Kent, your Avatar is very disturbing
neat shot. i really don't mind the blown highlights in this kind of a shot. i've been caving before and that's what it really looks like as you approach the exit - your eyes just can't handle the light. :sun:
then use sunglasses! (and bang your head on the rocky walls as you cannot see them) :lmao:
you are right, still i always try to reduce the effect in an image. our eyes can do a bit better than todays cameras in that respect
Looks like he could carry a little Kent in there.
looks like my SLR and two zoom lenses would fit!!
I was thinking, inside of little Kent would be tiny Kent. Sort of like those Russian toys- I'd buy a couple for the grandkids.
Sorry big Kent. The avatar spurs my imagination.
A think upping the saturation might look nice. There's some good tones in there. You just need to bring them out a little more. It's a nice looking shot none the less.
I like it as it is
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