Hey folks, here is another HDR photo taken at the Golden Coast Railroad Museum, here in Miami.
This is an awesome place to practice HDR photography, in fact I have a prior post with a gallery of images that I made in this location, and you can see it here. They don’t have any problems with tripods, so this is a “photographer friendly” location. If you’re shooting commercial or with models they have a fee, but they don’t charge other than the entrance fee to amateurs or personal photography.
Going back to picture, this one was done using a wide angle lens, and I placed the camera almost in the floor to get some drama from a low point of view and take advantage of the perspective and curves in the railway. The image is a 5 bracket exposure and it was tone mapped using Photomatix Pro and finished in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop.
Well, that’s all for today, enjoy and let me know what you think…
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