I’m moving away from the highly stylistic form of HDR photo rendering that so comes to define HDR Photography.
I’m not particularly against that style as many HDR photographers have come up with amazingly stunning HDR shots that looks surreal, but personally, I prefer my photos to be more realistic.
Occasionally, I regress, like this photo, which is more stylistic and surreal than realistic. However, I was reluctant to change the effect as any changes I made seems to destroy the 3 dimension-ness of the picture. It may be how the grapes stand out from the background both in terms of colour and it’s clarity, compared to the drab and slightly distorted leaves
- HDR Tutorial – Everything you need to know about HDR Photography (oxfordschoolofphotography.wordpress.com)
- High Dynamic Range (HDR) Photography (rtiptonphoto.com)