Photos - hdrshooter
Musician on the Karl's Bridge

A lot of people (me including) say that you should never do a HDR shot of a person. But from time to time, it's good to try it :). I took three shots, but the alinement's was not possible. So I did a single exposure HDR, mostly to lighten his face (as it was in a shadow) and add more texture to the whole photo. I also decided to go with a B&W here, to give it a more "pencil drawn" look and to make it even more about the different textures.

This photo was taken at the Karl's Bridge in Prague.

HDR from a single shot, taken with Canon 450D with Sigma 18-200mm lens, handheld. Combined in Photomatix, B&W conversion in Lightroom.

Musician on the Karl's Bridge

A lot of people (me including) say that you should never do a HDR shot of a person. But from time to time, it's good to try it :). I took three shots, but the alinement's was not possible. So I did a single exposure HDR, mostly to lighten his face (as it was in a shadow) and add more texture to the whole photo. I also decided to go with a B&W here, to give it a more "pencil drawn" look and to make it even more about the different textures.

This photo was taken at the Karl's Bridge in Prague.

HDR from a single shot, taken with Canon 450D with Sigma 18-200mm lens, handheld. Combined in Photomatix, B&W conversion in Lightroom.

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