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24th October 2015
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well no one's going to fix it for us, no one can, you say that no one's going to listen and no one understands, so there's no open doors and there's no way to get through, there's no other witnesses, just us two
this scene was somewhere between the red car and the sleepy man during my photowalk in miami. i decided to go a little over the top with the processing and used some hdr to give it that computer game look. it's been over three years since i last posted a photo which i tagged as hdr - and that post was me lamenting how i didn't use it so much anymore. in that time i have posted photos which take advantage of hdr, but usually it's in a more understated manner as a masked, semi-transparent layer over the original. but you have to switch it up every now and then, and i figured a photo from miami was an appropriate choice to dial down the subtlety.

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24/10/2015
no way to get through
this scene was somewhere between the red car and the sleepy man during my photowalk in miami. i decided to go a little over the top with the processing and used some hdr to give it that computer game look. it's been over three years since i last posted a photo which i tagged as hdr - and that post was me lamenting how i didn't use it so much anymore. in that time i have posted photos which take advantage of hdr, but usually it's in a more understated manner as a masked, semi-transparent layer over the original. but you have to switch it up every now and then, and i figured a photo from miami was an appropriate choice to dial down the subtlety.

here's the original