Today, I have a single shot HDR for you from inside the “New castle of Corfu Town“.
The image is edited with MacPhun Aurora HDR Pro first and than converted to monochrome with MacPhun Tonality Pro. I guess, this is a good example of the dynamic range available in current digital sensors when photographing in raw instead of jpg. In camera I’d have to decide either exposure to the bright door in the upper middle and lose all the darks or to the dark walls in the rest of the image while loosing all the highlights. The light comes only through the door and similar windows in the floor where I’m standing, but farer away from me to both sides.
1/25s, f/6.3, ISO 800, 24mm, full frame, hand-held
This is my contribution to Monochrome Madness organized by Leanne Cole. Check her site on Wednesday evening to see the other contributors images. It’s always great to see the great variety of monochrome images from different photographers from different parts of the world.