Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by windzup, Nov 25, 2017.
An unusual angle of St Michaels Mount in Cornwall
HOUSE2 by Rob Tomlin, on Flickr
A tad too much tone mapping for my taste. No shadows where I'd expect to see them
Not sure about the "tone mapping", but this image looks very over sharpened. Is this one shot, or a composite? Regardless, it would interesting to know how this final image was produced.
It was one shot I don't have the original I think I must of deleted it but then I stuck it in a HDR program to give it a bit of punch I agree it is a little overdone but it was a little experiment to try and get the ruggedness of the place. Beautiful building and very grand another reason for the angle to show its true scale.
windzup, thanks for the explanation - I always find it interesting to see how different folks process their images. Experiments are good, I do it all the time.
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