HDR. The colours are amazingly vivid, and you can capture a huge spectrum of colours as you can see here. I purposely used the steel crossbars of the roof and reflections of the mirror to really emphasise the shadow capabilities of HDR. My first HDR experiment, but it will definitely won’t be my last.
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Shot at 10.30pm Central Park, Perth CBD, Western Australia.


  • Jeff  Burns
    Jeff Burnsabout 7 years ago

    Awesome color and spectacular shot

  • Dave Aarons
    Dave Aaronsabout 7 years ago

    Excellent, well done Keegan

  • Thomas Sielaff
    Thomas Sielaffabout 7 years ago

    Nice job Keegan. I am looking forward to the day I can mess woth HDR also, however, I am not to that stage yet. Keep ‘em commin’!

  • jegustavsen
    jegustavsenabout 7 years ago

    I like how you captured the architectual design! (I have no idea what HDR is…but you did a fantastic job).

  • ECGardner
    ECGardnerabout 7 years ago

    The color and light range here is just incredible. Love the way you’ve composed the shot as well. Nicely done, Keegan.

  • benimages
    benimagesabout 7 years ago

    Nice capture and composition!

  • Alan Rodmell
    Alan Rodmellabout 7 years ago

    A very successful first attempt Keegan. Great shot

  • HenkStolk
    HenkStolkabout 7 years ago

    Good spotting of the angle

  • John Segon-Fisher,  RPA
    John Segon-Fis...about 7 years ago

    Angles are so good Keegan.

  • Gisele Bedard
    Gisele Bedardabout 7 years ago

    Wow !Realy stunning,pure lines and light.

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