One of the most difficult in my HDR, is the Interior shot just like the one above. It might look simple but when you take shots and merge them and begin your post processing you will realize its a big task upfront. There will be lot of color shifts due to different light scenario and then you need to merge with another exposure shot to get the right blended shot.
As you might have seen that i don’t have any particular and daily workflow as it varies from subject to subject. For this image particularly i wanted something more spectacular making the viewers feel for this place. The above picture is a combination of HDR and Blending with two pictures for window natural light and for the lights above the table.
How the photos were shot
- Taken Handheld
- Seven exposures
- Camera: Nikon D800
- Lens: Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8
How the HDR image was tonemapped
- Processed the images as Raw File in Photomatix
- Changed the following sliders to get the tone mapped image-Strength, Color Saturation, Luminosity and Detailed Contrast.
- Saved the resulting image as TIFF images
How the tone-mapped image was post-processed
- The Resulting tone-mapped Tiff Image was then opened in Camera Raw
- Changed the following settings-Contrast, Highlights, Shadows, Blacks, Whites
- Resulting File then opened in Photoshop
- Topaz Adjust on Chairs, Sofas and Floors
- Digital Blending with two exposures-one for the window and other for the lights above the table
- Applied noise reduction (Topaz Denoise)
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