An ode to unprocessed photographs

For my friend M.R.

For my friend M.R.

This image comes directly from my camera sans processing.

This is from Yokohama Bay. The sun had just gone down. I had a dark neutral density filter over my 12mm to increase the exposure to 30 seconds in order to bring in the best light and remove the people meandering about. This is the result. Regrettably I forgot to bring my extra battery and had to stop just two images after — it was perfect light and a full moon.

I am enjoying Lightroom for the creative control I have over my images. However with clear light, time, and a tripod processing is unnecessary.

Enjoy your weekend.

22 Comments on “An ode to unprocessed photographs

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