There were so many projects I want to attempt this past weekend in Door County had the rain not washed away most of the time slotted for shooting. So when I did get the 2 or so hours of nice enough weather, I scattered to grab a sampling of a little of everything.
This is one of the results of the AEB bracketed shots I took for my continued HDR practice, sprinkled with a little Spicify love from Topaz Adjust. I’m using PhotoMatix to do the HDR processing, and while I’m just starting to get the hang of it, I still haven’t purchased the full license yet.
That means I can only save images using the Tone Compressor engine without a watermark and not the Details Enhancer. The Details Enhancer has given me some really nice results for another HDR sequence of this scene, as well as a few others I’ve worked with so far. I’ll likely be buying the license in a few weeks, so I’ll have more examples after that.
Aside from the few AEB sequences I shot, I also had the aerial shoot and even brought out the IR filter for a few shots. It’s going to be a busy next couple of days, but I’ll try to get to posting a few more from the trip this week.