Managing Dynamic Range: Focus Stacking Helps my HDR Shot
I used bracketing in this sunrise shot to manage wide dynamic range, but lost detail because of it.
For this week’s edit, I create my ideal grayscale image using a focus stack, selective channel information and some other favorite tools. I then apply that grayscale version back to the original to add tonal contrast just where I want it. Lots of fun for me; I hope you enjoy it too.
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