I’m new to photography, and I’m struggling processing raw files to get the most out of them, and in this case with a high contrast one. I’ve always done it trying to avoid underexposed and burnt zones, but I guess I’m starting to learn that sometimes you have to leave underexposed zones.
I would love to see what you can get out of this one, and preferably on RawTherapee, because that’s the only image processing software I have used (I want to give ART a try) and I want to see your pp3 files to learn from you.
P.S.: Also I have to learn how to remove that flare that looks like a distant moon in GIMP.
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