This is a view from the Mole Antonelliana in Turin. It is located in the middle of the city and it reaches a height of 167 meters. The Mole is the symbol of the city of Turin. Inside there is the cinema museum and to climb to the top there is a beautiful panoramic elevator completely transparent.
This morning I was in the province of Frosinone and I came across this little village called Isola del Liri. In the main square of this place there’s this waterfall that runs between the buildings and urban construction. See it for the first time is so special as funny. This HDR is made from 5 shots processed in Photomatix. With Photoshop I increased the contrast, the level of detail and correct colors.
The phenomenon of high water in Venice is common in winter and autumn. This photo shows a principe of raising of the water level. Obviously I could shoot this photo with confidence as the water level still rather low. I processed this picture with Photomatix from 3 exposures. I used Photoshop with layer masks to emphasize the colors and details stand out in some areas of the photo.
I took this picture in Burano, a small island in the Venetian Lagoon. The peculiarity of this island are the houses of rich colors. This picture is from 3 shots HDR edited in Photomatix and in Photoshop to enhance the brightness and the contrast.
It is not always possible performing 3 or more shots to make a HDR. When we take photos of people or objects in motion, the fusion of images obtained in the HDR would be blurred and not detailed. In these cases, if we want to process this picture like an HDR, we have to take our shot in RAW mode. So open your RAW file in Photoshop with Camera Raw.
To do a single shot HDR, we need to create 3 separate images that you can merge adjusting the exposures and saving the three photos with different names:
This portrait was taken in a glass factory on the island of Murano, in the Venetian lagoon. I took this photo using my 50mm 1.4, I adjusted the image with photoshop giving a greater emphasis of detail.