HDR Photography | Snow Peaks
HDR Photography | Snow Peaks – Sometimes while post-processing an image in Lightroom you can find a picture within a picture! While in the Swiss Alps I only had my wide angle (Canon EF 16-35mm) lens so naturally, I could not zoom in on all the beautiful details. Luckily, you can compose/crop a new image in post-production! See the high-quality version here.
Post Processing & Camera Settings.
To process this image, I used the Presetpro Creative Flow Lightroom Presets, Profiles, and Brushes to (I used Lightroom Profiles included in The Creative Flow to color grade this image). Next, I created a copy of this image in Aurora HDR and used the Presetpro Aurora HDR Presets. Finally, I imported all images into Photoshop to blend and do a little sharpening.
- Camera: Sony ILCE-7R
- Lens: Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM
- Settings: f11, 29mm, Time: 1/400s ISO: 100
- Edit: Aurora HDR Presets
- Edit: Lightroom Presets
- Edit: Photoshop Actions
- Edit: Luminar Presets
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