28 thoughts on “the lonesome fisherman’s house

  1. Roger Bourland says:

    Great! Did you somehow do an HDR from that single raw file? I’ve been trying to figure out how to do that,
    I check your photos each day.

  2. Kim says:

    As always, the sky is fabulous – dark, forboding, dramatic – conveying the perfect mood for this image. Well done Matthias!

  3. @fernando & Roger: I enhanced the dynamic range by processing this with 3 different exposures which were created from a single RAW file. So, it’s a HDR image.
    Thanks everyone for your kind comments!

  4. Thomas says:

    Again a very nice picture, but what I would really love to know or see is what the unprocessed image looks like :). I know, trade secrets and all, but I bet a lot of people would learn an awful lot from it.

  5. @Thomas: I know that it would be interesting for a lot of people to see some originals of my images. But I think this would somehow take away the magic. Also, I needed about a year to create a processing workflow which results in images like this one. I think you understand that I won’t give this know-how away in a few sentences. 🙂
    Maybe it’s a little help if I you know that I work with photomatix and lightroom and most of my landscape pictures are bracket exposures.
    Thanks everyone for your kind comments!

  6. Thomas says:

    @Matthias: I asked the question knowing you would probably not give away too many details ;). But what you said did make a lot of sense and does help me out. I’m currently doing all of my post processing in Lightroom (it does all the things I need it to do).
    I will have to check out Photomatix though, because I never heard of that before. Thanks for great tips and keep posting wonderful material.

  7. Sumit Dhar says:

    Hi Matthias,
    Your photos inspire me to go out and try yet again. One of these days, I hope, I will get a picture that is as good as yours. 🙂

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