I’m at aconference in Cannes, France – only of those incredible old towns Europe is littered with, but I love them nonetheless.I woke early this morning and decided to take a walk before the town really woke up, and while the light was soft.Here are half a dozen of the images I captured, sort ofContinue reading “A morning walk with the Leica D-Lux (typ 109)”
I took a fairly average image shot from the top of the Effiel Toqwer and gave it a big tweak…
Capturing this shopping arcade in HDR has drawn out all the colours and contrast of the scene.
Here’s a real Parisian combination – a fashion store, complete with hundreds of antique sewing machines in the windows – and a street full of scooters.
HDR combination of 4 images.
The buskers take their work very seriously in Paris, where we saw and heard some awesome performances, almost entirely on the metro and RER.
Using HDR to balance the extreme range of light between an outside scene and what makes it inside can result in some pleasing images. pictures you can’t capture easily any other way.
Many HDR images are shot at night, but this one was shot during the early morning. The combination of multiple images and tweaking in post – then getting rid of a few distractions – has created an image which isn’t real, but it is recognisable.