The sun was setting fast. Very fast. My wife and I jumped in the car the quickly drove to the top of an endlessly long set of stair called 1001 steps which leads to the beach. We just got our tripods set up and she quickly fired off a series of HDR exposures. This was the pick of the bunch. Girl power. HDR assembled with Photomatix Pro, and further tweaked in Topax Adjust. Yes, the saturation is up a tad high, but after seeing Peter Lik’s studio photos in Las Vegas, I say, let the saturation begin. This is art. For 15% off Photomatix Pro, use my Photomatix discount code of “coolHDR” for all versions of Photomatix. It works great.
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