I try not to go overboard with HDR. I want to give the photo something extra without getting too extreme. In Photomatix, I keep the "Strength" setting below 20. Saturation is usually between 60-80 because I like colorful shots. I also use the Shadows/Highlights and Brightness/Contrast tools in Photoshop to further adjust contrast and color if needed.Amazing, as always.
was wondering if you would be willing to share some of your secrets as to how you always make such amazing hdr's. really im just wondering about processing tips because i know you have an amazing camera. but if you had some basic camera tricks to setting up a nice hdr I would also be willing to hear those as well.
The first shot was taken with a 24mm tilt-shift, but the rest have perspective correction applied to them. I'll be getting the 17mm tilt-shift in a few weeks.Absolutely amazing!
Did you use a TSE lense or do perspective correction in Photoshop?
Yes, always. I also use a remote release cable and my camera's timer to further minimize camera shake.great great photos.
do you usually used tripod specially those night shots?
Here is the link: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1140979&highlight=lightworksFabulous pics Kevin. What happened to your lightworks thread?