I went digging through the 2010 Archives last night and stumbled onto this little piece from Belchertown State School that never got edited. It’s interesting, too, because in those situations I relate it to aging a fine ale for a long time. There is something great about letting an image wait until you’ve attained the right knowledge and are in the right frame of mind to really give it the attention that it deserves.
In terms of processing
This is a nine exposure tone-mapped HDR image using Photomatix Pro. I applied Urban Sickness as the base effect here because I like the greenish cross processed look that it provided. I also applied Soft Light blends of Return of the King and Havana to add the right amount of contrast and color saturation. All done in Perfect Effects 4 by onOne Software.
Final touches were applied in Lightroom 4.3
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