[Play Raw] Hamburg Speicherstadt

little castle (Speicherstadt Hamburg)

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released under CC BY-NC-SA

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Lovely picture! And actually a place I’ve been to. I did a rather simple edit. Some color tweaking, getting rid of the substantial purple fringes and a nice crop. All using RawTherapee 5.5 (dev version).

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@gRuGo Oh, that is a nice image. Thanks for sharing.

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Nice (almost) monochrome image @gRuGo. Here is amy version with GIMP 2.10.6.
I made water smooth, sky dark, buildings sharp and dark and then adjusted levels and used curves to accentuate the city glow in the sky. Aim was to give it a Graphic Novel cityscape kind of feel (A Manga look).

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Here is my take, using PhotoFlow’s filmic curve + other basic adjustments:

  • manual WB (adjusted by eye)
  • saturation set to 1.5 in color correction module
  • +2EV exposure compensation
  • filmic tone mapping with some degree of local contrast preservation
  • a slight S-shaped curve after tone mapping
  • local contrast increas + USM sharpening
  • final cropping

That’s the resulting image, and the corresponding .pfi file:

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So many beautiful photographs for me to play with (and probably spoil)!!!
This photograph was processed in GIMP with many adjustments using luminosity masks.
It has accentuated the noise in the darker areas, but I hope it does not detract from the visual effect.

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Very nive picture. I have been in the Speicherstadt in Hamburg, but not at this place. I like very much.
Processed with Darktable 3.0.1. Filmic, Color Balance and Tone Equalizer.

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Thanks for sharing ! DT 3.0.1

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Just playing with GIMP and G’MIC: