HDR Photography | Strolling on The Brooklyn Bridge
HDR Photography | Strolling on The Brooklyn Bridge – I love photographing this bridge during the day, but nothing beats the experience of capturing it at night. As the sun goes down, the crowds start to thin and you can have a decidedly more personal experience with your surroundings, which is a rare luxury in New York City. I positioned my camera towards the Manhattan skyline and starting snapping. I love the contrast that I was able to capture between the city lights and the ghostly lit bridge. If you’re into night photography and you ever find yourself in New York, this bridge will not disappoint! 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-7RM3
- Lens: Sony FE 16-35mm F2.8 GM
- Settings: f2.8, 16mm, Time: 2.5s ISO: 100
- Edit: Aurora HDR Presets
- Edit: Lightroom Presets
- Edit: Photoshop Actions
- Edit: Luminar Presets
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