I have not produced any suede HDR images for a while. I’m not a huge fan of HDR in colour and I don’t think I am particularly good at producing them, but since starting in photography and in particular since changing from Nikon to Fuji-film and been re invigorated with my Photography I have experimented more with this particular genre. I do however find it rather hard to get a good balance of the depth of contrast vs saturation vs realism, it’s not easy to get right. I very rarely take exposure bracket shots either so it adds to the challenge. I have used Nik HDR-Pro to generate these images I highly recommend this software simple to use even with its extensive library of presets and tuning. Let’s start with some London images from a few weekends ago.
I still can’t decide if I actually like these colour versions. I much preference applying this HDR process to black and white that to colour images. Mainly I think because my a Fujifilm XE1 does a fabulous job on its own when it comes to the colour images I shoot. For now I guess just keep trying a few things and take stock of the results. Why dot you give it a go and see how you get on.