Old country church organ being played by a lady dressed in period clothing, at Old World Wisconsin.
Really like your work on this One Jim. I see you have listed Multiple Exposures. Can you share with us just how many Exposures you processed to render this Excellent Post ?
Really love the tonal quality in this one. Detail throughout with soft contrast. It’s a hanger!!
@digicam Thank you Ed. This is 3 exposures hand held with the camera balanced on one of the pews. I asked the lady playing the organ to sit still for a few seconds.
@steve_zasadny Thank you very much Steve.
@kitfox , Thanks for the info Jim. Great job of processing with only 3 Exposures. I can see that you are a quick learner on the Photomatix program. As you continue to shot multiple exposures do not be afraid of movements in your captures as they are very easy to fix with the deghosting tool within the Photomatix Pro Program. As a matter of fact I would advise you to try shooting a few 3 and 5 exposure shots with movement within and practice using the Deghosting Tool for one day when you have a really great shot that has movement you will be able to fix it with NO Problem. You can go either Automatic or Manual. Read the easy to follow instructions when prompted. I usually use the Manual. Good Look and Keep Posting.
@digicam Thanks for the tip Ed, I'll give it a try. I have several 5 shot flower photos that do have some movement due to a little wind. I remember telling you that I was having trouble with crisp edges in Photomatix when I first started using the program. I will reprocess them using the de-ghosting tool.
@dmitry Thank you very much.
Congrats on POTD.