In January of this year I started experimenting with HDR (high dynamic range) imaging, and had very pleasing results, to the point where I’ve since been shooting most of my images with a specific view to producing HDR composites.
Post-processing is a constantly evolving process, whereby one learns new and in some cases better ways of doing things.
I decided to re-visit a series of dawn landscape images I shot at Mount Mee in Queensland back in April of 2010, and give some HDR treatment to a previously unpublished image.
While I applied HDR imaging to a series of four bracketed exposures, I also applied very selective processing to various parts of the image to control saturation, brightness and colour.
Here is the result:
I hope this image is as pleasing to others as it is to me.