Enjoy your tip toe through these Colors of Tulips as the center water row leads your right through the beauty. Captured early morning between the rain showers. It was a lucky moment.
For this image I used my BW 10 stop filter. The f-stop was set at 4 and ISO at 100, exposure for 30 seconds.
The first thing I need to adjust in these types photographs that are shot using my BW filter is the Kelvins. With a BW 10 stop filter the images always seem to process to blue. You need to warm it up by bumping the Kelvins.
After my white balance and Kelvin adjustment I duplicated two images of this leaving me with three. I then set the exposure to -2, 0, 2. So NO. This is not a true HDR and yet it came out really nice.
Processed in Photomatix Pro using my natural HDR setting, then de-noised in Topaz… and that’s it. No other editing or filtering.
What do you think?