This Summer I had the privilege of traveling to London to assist my good friend, Trey Ratcliff, with an hdr workshop. Trey’s hdr abilities are absolutely amazing, and getting to spend several days with him in London was such a blast.
On a Friday evening, Trey held a photo walk for fans of his from the London area. It started promptly at 6:30pm and as Trey, his wife, my wife, and I approached the meeting place, we could see a large crowd of people in the distance. We knew this crowd was for the photowalk because we also spotted a lot of tripods.
During the photowalk, I ventured out a lot on my own because I knew I had the next couple of days to spend with Trey and I wanted to give all of his fans an opportunity to pick his brain and get access to hear him point out his various tips and techniques.
To get this shot of the London Eye, I had to set my tripod into the lowest position it was capable of. This meant expanding the legs as far out as they could go. I waited until the majority of tourists were out of the shot and then fired off my 3 bracketed shots.
I ended up spending over 3 hours post-processing my hdr photo of the London eye, but I think it was time well spent. What do you think?