Barcelona Cathedral Revisited
On the road again, this time in Boston, Mass… and it was an unusually rainy and cold night so I spent the evening in my hotel room catching up on some of Matt Kloskowski‘s Lightroom and OnOne training videos I purchased last month…
I somehow missed Lightroom’s inclusion of a native merge to HDR function. After watching it in action, and playing with it myself, I must say it is so much better than the previous merge to Photoshop’s HDR processing.
With well, nothing better to do, I popped open Lightroom, found a multi exposure set in a folder and viola! Barcelona Cathedral Revisited.
Please – as always – constructive criticism is requested and appreciated!
Image’s EXIF Data:
- Title: Barcelona Cathedral, Catalonia, Spain.
- Camera: NIKON D610
- Focal length: 24mm
- Aperture: ƒ/7.1
- ISO: 100
- Shutter speed: 1/200s
- Exposure bias: -1EV
- Copyright: ©2015 John P. Hoke
Images’ Google Map:
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