Ben Nevis: David and Goliath 19 Oct 071 Feb 14 by Pete I posted this shot over 2 years ago. I’ve learnt a few things since then so I retried it using HDR. The sky isn’t as blown out, the shadows aren’t as lost and theres more detail to the image. Tags: Black-and-White Canon-10D HDR Landscapes Pete Photographer and part time Spider-man. Related Articles The Reds In Uncategorized Hillsborough remembered 25 years on in Liverpool In Featured Mike Stubbs – FACT Director In Black-and-White 5 thoughts on “Ben Nevis: David and Goliath” What a difference! Nice catch and much better post-treatment. I think HDR definitely works better on B&W shots than colour. Great shot :) It looks quite different – I can see I’m going to have to look into this HDR business. Hello, Still thanks for having made me discover the HDR. Thanks to Photomatix much of my contrasted photographs would have been lost, others return a good more beautiful effect in HDR. Some are visible on my blog: ???Un peu de tout”(A Little bit of all). What is a pity it is the slowness of the program but as I will acquire very last Mac that should arrange the problem. It is with people like you, who share their experiment, that amateurs as me can progress. So long on your blog, Frank Comments are closed.