In September 2010 I attended a workshop on HDR photography with Trey Ratcliff in London, it was great fun and very instructive. Thanks a lot Trey and everyone else attending for make it a superb weekend.
We went to the British Museum (here’s a photo I made in 2006, the first time I was there) to shoot some photos to use at the workshop, this is one of the photos I shot there and processed afterwards.
It’s not that often I make a black and white HDR photography (I think they are kind of hard to get just right). But this one worked better that way, cause the museum is almost “black and white” in real life.
It’s a 5 RAW exposure HDR made in Photomatrix. Converted to black and white and cleaned it up in Photoshop.
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