While my cousin and I were in Maine we hiked a trail down to the edge of the ocean.
The trail was a mile and half or so…
I was kind of tired before we started the hike and wasn’t overly fond of the idea of walking that far. But… after it was all said and done I was quite glad Nathan talked me into hiking whether I felt like it or not.
So, when we got back to the car we poked around this building that was very close to the parking lot. I thought the building itself was rather unique… so I shot it.
How the Shot was Made
I haven’t gotten too detailed about the making of my images recently. Mostly that is due to lack of time… but I’d like to go back to sharing a bit about how these images I post are created.
The camera was a Sony NEX-7. I was using their “rather new” 10-18mm lens. I rented this camera/lens combo for the entire Maine trip. I kind of fell in love with the small form factor! I’d like to get one of these myself sometime.
The original images where shot handheld, a three shot burst, with auto bracketing set (EV -1,0,+1). These three images were combined as a 32bit HDR image. The resulting image was worked with in Lightroom 5. Once most everything was how I wanted it I went into Perfect Effects 4 for a bit of final adjusting.
A bit more tweaking in Lightroom and the image was done…
So there you have it! Any questions feel free to ask… 🙂
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