Another time spent with my new toy and I must say ~ I’m impressed!!
As usual, I’ll shoot bracketed photos for HDR post editing in mind. Several shots seems to be good on the camera it self but I wouldn’t say much until I saw it in full resolution in my PC. Once transferred, I noticed that (at some of the images) the dynamic range in the raw files has covered almost everything. With just a simple editing shall make it shine!
After a few post editing technique in Photoshop – here is the single image shot with Nikon D7100 with these settings: RAW, 0.3″, f11, ISO 100, 12mm. What do you think? 🙂
One of the main reasons that I’m shooting for sunset right now is because of my upcoming ebook. I’d need some bracketing images so that I can show a step by step tutorial on how to achieve a natural looking HDR photo. Alhamdulillah, (Praise to God) the weather these days is on my side. I’ve managed to capture some of the most beautiful sunset at the vantage point known to the most landscape photographers in Malaysia – Masjid Putra, Putrajaya and PPR Jelatik, Kuala Lumpur.
Here I presented to you the images; and stay tune for my upcoming ebook! 😉
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