Robert Emmerich – 46 NLE Sunset during a storm at the TU-Berlin – Germany

Robert Emmerich – 46 NLE Sunset during a storm at the TU-Berlin – Germany
Again I shot 1 more sunset during a storm on the roof top of my work. You can see the TU-Berlin (Technical University) and here in Berlin, Germany. I love the colors in the sky and the transition from blue to red. The clouds build that strange training with super awesome colors, it even looks some kind of unreal. I used 3 different exposures (-2,0 and +2) and processed it with Photomatix for the base line flat HDR image. After that the picture was processed in Lightroom as standard picture development (Color and tone settings). Following that I uses Photoshop and did some luminosity blending in the RGB layer to enhance the clouds. Further more I created 2 different pictures as part of this process. One optimized for the clouds and the other optimized for the building. Both pictures has been blended together with Photoshop. The shot was taken on my Canon EOS 40D.

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By Robert Emmerich Photography on 2014-10-15 18:02:36
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  1. Robert Emmerich Photography
    Robert Emmerich Photography says:

    [https://www.flickr.com/photos/juergen_ska] try Photmatix! you can use it free with a watermark… I love it. You can even fully develop a picture there if you like! As long as you have multiple exposures you are fine!Further more you can use Preset–… thats always a good way to start!

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  2. juergen_skaa
    juergen_skaa says:

    Thanks for the details. 🙂 I appreciate that. A homemade HDR so to say. 😉 Since I don’t dare to dive in Photoshop I am looking for a software to achieve the effect.

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  3. Robert Emmerich Photography
    Robert Emmerich Photography says:

    thx [https://www.flickr.com/photos/grantlsack] . It’s a super spot for taking that kind of pictures!

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  4. Robert Emmerich Photography
    Robert Emmerich Photography says:

    Thx [https://www.flickr.com/photos/juergen_ska] , I used 3 different exposures (-2,0 and +2) and processed it with Photomatix for the base line flat HDR image. After that the picture was processed in Lightroom as standard picture development (Color and tone settings). Following that I uses Photoshop and did some luminosity blending in the RGB layer to enhance the clouds. Further more I created 2 different pictures as part of this process. One optimized for the clouds and the other optimized for the building. Both pictures has been blended together with Photoshop…… So part of the process is the special HDR Software Photomatix.. . but that ist always "just" the starting point. Let me know in case you like to se a un processed out of the camera version!

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  5. gtercero
    gtercero says:

    Me hace feliz ver una buena foto. Felicitaciones y un fuerte abrazo.
    It makes me happy to see a good picture. Congratulations and a big hug.
    Que tengas un genial inicio de semana
    Have a great start to the week
    Orquídea....P1100634EPCita célebre:
    "No debemos creer demasiado en los elogios. La crítica a veces es muy necesaria". -Dalai Lama

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