Continuing my series of images from our recent visit to Jerome, Arizona:
Yeah, I know I said my next post would include images of the exterior of the Grand Hotel in Jerome, but I just had to sneak this one in first. I just processed it last night, and I really like how it came out.
This is one of the many “collections” (i.e. “piles”) of old equipment from the Gold King Mine ghost town in Jerome. All the various textures, colors, rust, and light angles just cry out for an HDR treatment. I love all the little details, even the incongruous ones like the empty plastic water bottle…I don’t think that came from the miners.
HDR created from five bracketed photos processed in Photomatix v4. Post-processing in Paintshop Photo Pro X3, using Topaz Adjust / DeNoise.
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oh WOW! I have been shooting the piles of old cast iron gears and stuff (pipes, fittings etc) lying abandoned on the gravel floor of the greenhouse. I LOVE your picture.
Magnificent image capture and processing Zann, I really love this kind of HDR with rich color and very fine detailed textures.