"A combination of HDR photography, tone-mapping, and motion time-lapse. With this technique I tried to achieve an unreal and almost post-apocalyptic look, as if we were in a dark deserted village where time stood still after some kind of disaster."
Every single frame in this production is a HDR photograph, made out of 3 individual photos at 2 EV increments. It took nearly 30.000 shots over one month to complete this project.
By Monica on Wed Nov 28 2012
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