The Hot Springs Rehabilitation Center, now called the Arkansas Career Training Institute looms large over bathhouse row. An already large structure, it looks all the more impressive, perched on top of a hill. Built in the early 1930s, it was the first joint Army and Navy general hospital.
I shot all three photos at a 24mm equivalent with the Panasonic ZS50. I used the built-in HDR mode which automatically shoots several images and combines them, in-camera, into a single photograph. The resulting image is detailed and with higher dynamic range, but tends to be flat and muted, color-wise. I find black and white conversions work well for these in-camera HDRs.
Part of my Photo Sketchbook Collection.
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