Thursday, September 9, 2010

Georgetown Canal HDR with Pixel Bender

Shot this last weekend in Georgetown on the canal, I used D300, 24-120vr Nikkor, 5 shot HDR and merged and tonemapped in Photomatix Pro, back to Lightroom 3, small develop tweaks, then to CS5 and used Pixel Bender. Click it to enlarge the shot, I am digging what it does to the water, the image was going to be trash due to the moving water for the HDR process. Let me know your thoughts...

3 comments:

Victoria Pickering said...

Great shot and post-processing - the water is amazing!
I've been intending to download Pixel Bender since I read John Nack's description of it, and am looking forward to it now that I see your awesome results.

Mike Meyer said...

That is a very cool filter effect. I am going to try to figure out a similar effect just using PS. How much does PixelBender cost? If I can do it with PS I hesitate to spend more than I have to. Still, very nice shot like all your work.
Mike Meyer

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