This one comes from the archives. A trip to Liverpool last year with +Diane Seddon LRPS while we were walking along the waterfront we spotted this decaying wooden structure.

Due to having to climb half way up a wall to photograph it there is no way a conventional HDR would have been possible… no where to put the tripod. So this became an ideal candidate for Pseudo HDR. One image processed twice, once for the hightlights, once for the shadows. The resulting images then combined as an HDR.

The full gallery from the trip to Liverpool can be found here:

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