a peek to Sunda Kelapa harbour

Waking up at four thirty in the morning to get to Jakarta’s oldest harbour and watching it starts the day is not going to be my daily dose, but to have experienced it at least once in my lifetime was worth it.

The scene was a mixture of wood and iron, with a very-very strong character on them as if letting us know that they are old, rusty, but not battered yet. Five dominant contrasting colours can be seen: white, blue, green, red, and yellow. And I enjoyed processing multiple frames into HDR.

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HDR of 6 frames to grab the sun ray and give the correct exposure of the anchor.

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Processing faux HDR on this frame gave me the bright red color of the trucks and more definition of the scattered lime on the road.

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Another faux HDR to pop out the colours and more definition of the scattered lime.

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At 7 o'clock the sun was already high. Three frames were used to make this HDR.

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I wonder whether these filter press is still in use.

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