I’m teaching a High Dynamic Range photography class at Precision Camera, Austin’s pro photography store, in a couple of weeks so thought it would be a good idea to post a few more HDR images since I expect some of the students will be visiting the site. The HDR density on the site has gone down recently but that’s more due to the fact that I’ve been shooting a lot of subjects that don’t lend themselves to the technique (have you tried bracketing a racing car at 150mph? 🙂 ) rather than an indicating that I’m less keen on it.
Delving back into my Lightroom “Unprocessed HDR” smart collection, I found a group of brackets taken during a trip inside the decommissioned Seaholm Power Plant 18 months or so ago and this particular shot popped out. This was taken underneath the turbine hall. The building had been cleared of equipment and so was pretty much a maze of huge concrete walls, turbine supports and steel stairs.
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