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The Mortlock Library.North Terrace, Adelaide – South Australia.
Pentax DS. 18mm. HDR – Three exposures (-2, 0, +2)Combined and tonemapped in Photomatix and finished to black and white in CS3.
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Fantastic, and it does work better in mono then in colour anyway!
I’m not always a fan of some HDR which borders on “hyper” reality. This shot shows the best use of an extended dynamic range… bringing out the details in the shadows without blowing the highlights
wow..wonderful image..you have done a marvellous job ~!
outstanding! love the symmetry
These buildings are gonna be missed one day. Good shot for posterity!
Awesome!!! Soooo many buttons to check,, argh:)
I’m with Adrian – some HDR is a little over the top for me, but this is perfect. Great shot
This has worked so well. Reduced much of that yellowness I got in mine. The B&W has brought out so much detail.
I really liked the original but this one is dazzling!
Excellent composition and bw conversion!