At the V&A Waterfront, Cape Town This is a three exposures with tone mapping in Photoshop CS5 Merge to HDR Pro using the Remove Ghosts feature to get rid of the movement
Featured in Reflections in Building Windows, 04/03/11
Part of the figures in an urban landscape series
vawaterfront, cape town, candid, urbanpeople, hdr, cs5
Digital photography is doing for photography what the piano did for keyboard music. You can still play music composed for the harpsichord on the piano but not the other way around.
Those reflections are so cool! Great POV!
Have you tried it without the ‘remove ghost’ feature? Maybe you can get some cool blurry effects with the people moving between exposures?
Thanks. If you look at HDR sites you will seldom see moving objects unless from a single source. The ghosts of HDR are very unattractive and not just blurry. Sometimes the background get priority or a particular feature reappears just based on luminosity.
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