This was taken about a month ago at Brightleaf in Durham, NC which is an area of old tobacco warehouses that have been refurbished into shops and restaurants. Cool little place to go!
I haven't done much street photography, so thought I'd play with this one. In this version, I just made some minor tweaks to levels, contrast.
In the other version found here: http://www.kdstewart.net/Whats-New/2011/15273048_JZ5Zm#1354988581_dV5XFVm I decided to do a 'mock' HDR processed version. I say 'mock' because I didn't do it in camera via bracketing, etc. It is a Topaz Adjust filter (HDR sketch) applied to the 'straight' version of the image, above. I did tone down the saturation in it, but I did intend for it to be obviously HDR, not subtle.
Which one do you like better? I'm thinking it's like apples and oranges. But I think I like the 'straight' version better. Your thoughts?