We’re back to the forest today. This is an HDR-derived image shot in Sequoias National Park in April. I only shot a couple of HDRs while there since our workshop leader was a ”get-it-right-in-the-camera” type of guy who frowned upon any post-processing at all. In this particular case, though, I quietly broke the rules and shot a bracket (but please don’t tell anyone).
You may think that disallowing post-processing seems a bit odd in this day and age but it’s actually an enormously useful exercise. Software can make you lazy (why get the exposure spot on if I can tweak it a stop or more in Lightroom later?) and getting back to the basics is something that we should all do now and again.
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