In­te­rior and black & white

Amateur Photographer - - Technique Different With Hdr -

In­te­rior pho­tog­ra­phy is one area that al­ways looks good when given the HDR treat­ment, as th­ese lo­ca­tions of­ten fea­ture high- con­trast light; bright win­dows set against the darker in­te­rior cor­ners will al­ways be a dif­fi­cult ex­po­sure to con­tend with. It can also be a chal­lenge ow­ing to mixed light­ing. Ar­eas lit by dif­fer­ent light sources can make post-pro­cess­ing dif­fi­cult, so con­vert­ing an im­age to black & white can help be­cause mono nat­u­rally re­moves colour in­con­sis­ten­cies.

Re­gard­less of whether you have a seem­ingly im­pos­si­ble im­age where black & white seems like the only op­tion, or when you be­lieve the scene re­quires a par­tic­u­lar treat­ment, al­most any HDR im­age could work with this treat­ment – they just seem to go to­gether.

Black & white HDR works well for in­te­rior shots Nikon D610, 16-35mm, brack­eted ex­po­sures at f/11, ISO 125

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