An experimental processing of a shot taken with the Moto g50. I thought it would be interesting to create a set of exposures from the original and then combine them to make a pseudo HDR shot. Here’s what I got: –
Black & White…
I used a 5-stop spread of post-processing exposures to get this effect. The grain is quite intrusive compared with what I’d expect from a similar piece of processing using a shot from one of my cameras. However, I think the Sepia view is nicely atmospheric 😎
One of the functions on my camera is Grainy B&W
I know a lot of mobile phones have editing software to allow you to make changes to an image. My Fuji cameras do offer the choice to produce the jpeg in b&w and can also simulate the effect of using a red, yellow or green filter – I have occasionally used these as the RAW file remains colour, so if I want to produce a normal colour jpeg later I still can. There is a grainy setting too but I’ll probably never use it 😅
I really like the results of your experimentation, Martin. I particularly like the first one. Very nicely done!
Thanks Debra – it was a fun experiment 😅👍