One last artwork to be published before I head on over to the Victorian Viewfinder blog and write up a photography location guide for this particularly spot (yes, featuring a warning about the presence of leeches LOL – see After The Rain for an explanation).
This week has seen me embrace a few different photographic techniques. So far I’ve exhibited a couple of examples of Selenium toning in my artwork this week. The other unusual thing to come out of today’s shoot at Olinda Falls for me, was the application of HDR processing to waterfalls. For some reason, this is something that I’ve not had much luck with in the past, having found that the HDR process tends to turn those nice, silky, white lines of water into ugly, gray blobs. It wasn’t so this time around!
I’m not sure if the different was somewhere in my own techniques, or if it was some behind-the-scenes changes in the latest version of Photomatix Pro? Either way, I’m not complaining… I look forward to processing some more waterfalls in HDR in the future!