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Bruce Benson
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www.fullframephotos.co.uk - A few of my images
www.fullframephotos.co.uk - A few of my images

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Another one from a couple of years ago. This is looking up from inside St David's Cathedral
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Strumble Head Lighthouse near Fishguard in Wales. 
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Please like my facebook page www.facebook.com/241Photography thanks 

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One Direction - How they sound without Auto Tune on :) 

One Direction - Story Of My Life (Parody)

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This is a 4 shot HDR image taken at Plas Newydd on Anglesey.  I thought you would to see the before and after image?

Here is how I processed the image.

• Merged the 4 images from Lightroom in HDR Pro in Photoshop
• Saved as a 32bit TIFF and exported back into LR.
• Tweaked the shadows, highlights and clarity in LR
• Exported back into Photoshop for final processing
• Topaz DeNoise used to reduce noise
• Topaz Adjust used to bring back some detail
• Saturation layer added
• Boosted Red in the painting
• Boosted Red on seat
• Curve layer added to boost contrast on floor.
• High Pass filter layer used to sharpen image slightly
• Vignette added to bring pocus onto the centre of the image

Let me know what you think?
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This is another image, taken in Salcombe, using my Haida 10 stop filter.
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Where I live :)
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Last year we visited London during the time of the Paralympics.  Here is an image I took of Buckingham Palace while we were there.

• 3 images -2, 0 and +2EV were exported from LR5 beta and merged to HDR Pro in Photoshop
• 32Bit TIFF imported back in LR5 and adjustments made
• File exported back as a 16Bit TIFF in Photoshop
• Topaz Denoise used to reduce noise
• Topaz Adjust used to bring back some detail
• Saturation adjusted
• ColorEfex Pro 4 used to bring back more detail in the brick work
• Highpass filter applied to sharpen the image
• Vignette applied

I more or less use this as my workflow on all images now and it gives me a nice HDR look with lots of contrast but not too grungy. 
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Let me know what you think of my workflow?

Last year we visited London during the time of the Paralympics.  Here is an image I took of Buckingham Palace while we were there.

• 3 images -2, 0 and +2EV were exported from LR5 beta and merged to HDR Pro in Photoshop
• 32Bit TIFF imported back in LR5 and adjustments made
• File exported back as a 16Bit TIFF in Photoshop
• Topaz Denoise used to reduce noise
• Topaz Adjust used to bring back some detail
• Saturation adjusted
• ColorEfex Pro 4 used to bring back more detail in the brick work
• Highpass filter applied to sharpen the image
• Vignette applied

I more or less use this as my workflow on all images now and it gives me a nice HDR look with lots of contrast but not too grungy. 
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