It’s been too many days since I processed an HDR, so I couldn’t resist staying up late tonight to work on this one. It’s been sitting in my computer for several weeks now, and I finally brought it out to play.
This shot was taken in South Mountain Park in Phoenix, just after a winter storm blew through. The clouds had started to break up, but then they started blowing in from the east again, creating these dark thunderheads over Dobbins Lookout.
This is a seven-exposure HDR shot with my Nikon D700 and the 28-300mm zoom. Processed in Photomatix, Paintshop Photo Pro X3, and Topaz DeNoise.
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