Wat Pho in HDR

I’m not a fan of surreal HDR photos so I tried to keep these as realistic as possible while capturing the dynamic range from whitewashed walls in bright sun to fairly deep shadow under the eaves. In reality you could barely see the Buddhas in the shadow of the bottom photo.
Images processed from 5 RAW exposures, at +2EV,+1EV,0,-1EV,-2EV, using Photoshop HDR Pro and then verticals in the second photo straightened with DxO Viewpoint (it would have chopped too much out of the first one).

About Mike

A recently retired "Baby Boomer" , looking forward to having more time for my photography and travel.
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