In photography, there are many “rules” that can be broken. Some of which are more important than others. However, all are not in stone.
I’m a believer in creating a photograph that is how I vision it, which makes the most sense.
This photograph is a perfect example of that statement.
Let those details go! – tweet this
You see, there are a lot of areas in this photograph where shadows disappear. They are so dark that there is no detail.
I’m OK with that.
In fact, I like it so much better than if details were there. Why? It’s more realistic.
I could have easily created this photograph as HDR, but decided against it for the reason I just mentioned.
Details aren’t always important, so let them go.
- Adobe Lightroom
- onOne Software Perfect Effects
Thanks for reading and happy shooting,
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