The edge of Durban Harbour, South Africa – part 2

This post follows my first set of photos at this location.

It was an overcast day and it seems that this did not work in my favour as I believe this set of photos shows.

Nevertheless, I had lots of fun poking my Canon 550D into little nooks, crannies and at larger objects.

When processing into a single HDR image, I have on two occasions ended up with a circular haze on or around an object.

Perhaps one of my professional followers could tell me about this happening and how to avoid it.

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4 thoughts on “The edge of Durban Harbour, South Africa – part 2

  1. I believe you’re having issues with your tone mapping. Check out this article on processing HDR and he talks about how to prevent the halos. Long but informative article for working with HDR. http://www.vanilladays.com/hdr_tutorial/ Nice work on your shots, not completely favorites of mine from some of your other work but still making the everyday life interesting which I find cool 🙂

  2. Pingback: The edge of Durban Harbour, South Africa – an introduction to part 3 | Andy: Photographer, Traveller & Chef

  3. Pingback: The edge of Durban Harbour, South Africa – part 3 | Andy: Photographer, Traveller & Chef

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