Revisitation of [link]
, another HDR composite, but processed in a way to look more natural.
As the sign indicates, this picture was taken in Cape of Good Hope, near Cape Town, South Africa.
In case you're wondering why I've been reworking some of my older images these days, it's because I am trying to offer more practical stock. To this end, I figure HDR is often better served to balance out the lighting and punch in a little vibrance without overdoing it on the contrast & saturation. So that photomanipulators for instance have greater control in tweaking it around when they have a more "neutral" base image like this to work with.
Stock rules here: [link]
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