Back in September, I posted a couple of shots I took at Brickworks in Toronto. You can see those posts here and here. On Saturday I attended a full day lecture by guest photographer Tony Sweet and on Sunday was fortunate enough to participate in a workshop with him that was held at Evergreen Brickworks. I’m still in the midst of processing all my images (may take a while) but wanted to share one with you today. As I look back at the images I posted back in September I can honestly say that I think I’ve come a long way in six months. Those images were all HDR bracketed exposures and while I shot brackets yesterday as well I was trying a few different techniques.
This image was a 13 second exposure, light painted with a flashlight. I processed the image in Photoshop then brought out a bit of detail in the brick with Topaz Adjust.
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