I shot this HDR image last night at the Juno Beach Pier in preparation for the full moon tonight. I’m not sure if you can tell, but I’m working on a new technique. I’ll elaborate on it later once I’ve perfected the process and make sure it works for most images. That’s one of the great things about HDR, there are so many ways to approach it that the possibilities are endless. Plus it makes your everyday images amazing because a moon shot like this can only go so far in-camera without any processing. Let’s just hope tonight will be just as eventful when I shoot the Jupiter Lighthouse during the fullmoon.
BTW… can you spot the moon? One of the bad things about shooting landscapes with a wide angle lens, distant objects become microscopic.
Software Used for Processing Photo:
Topaz Adjust – Photoshop plugin used to enhance details.
Topaz DeNoise – Photoshop plugin used to eliminate noise.
Topaz Clean – Photoshop plugin used to smooth pixels.
Photography Style: High Dynamic Range
Digital Camera Used: Canon 5D Mark2
Lens Used: Canon 17-35mm f/2.8L USM
Photo Location: Juno Beach, Florida