For today’s post we’ll take a look at another famous New York area, Times Square. I know that native New Yorkers aren’t overly fond of the area, with people cramming the sidewalks to take pictures, pose for pictures, look at pictures and just generally ogle at everything around them. I’m not going to lie, I’m a big fan of Times Square, as there really isn’t anything else like it in any place that I’ve visited. The lights, the sounds, the way that something is always trying to grab your attention, it certainly is unique!
The images today were taken on my second night in the city, a rather rainy evening. One is a standard HDR and the other is the middle exposure of the seven brackets used to create the HDR processed in Lightroom 4. I’ve been using it for a couple of months now, mainly on my portrait work and this is the first real go ’round I’ve had with it on some other than people. I’ll say this: I was very impressed. So impressed, that I couldn’t figure out which one I liked better, the single exposure or the HDR! I thought that I would share both of them and get your feedback. The first one is the single exposure, the second one, below, is the HDR.
Thanks for stopping by today folks! See you all tomorrow.