Challenge: Free Study 2009-11 (Advanced Editing VII)
Camera: Canon EOS-1D Mark IIn
Lens: Canon TS-E 24mm f/3.5L MF
Location: Bourbon St, French Quarter, Louisiana
Date: Nov 11, 2009
Shutter: 1/100 sec.
Galleries: Urban, Nude
Date Uploaded: Nov 11, 2009
|raw settings: auto, curves
Photoshop & NiK software:
Color Efex Pro - color stylizer
Color Efex Pro - tonal contrast
Viveza on bricks, background bldg, sky, lipstix sign, bar door
scale to 800px
save for web
[Dec. 3rd, 2009 10:04:19 PM]
I've always liked the creative abilities of tilt/shift lenses. I've had mine for several years, but this is the first shot with it that really showcases its creative possibilites.
This shot was taken around 8 or 9 AM on a Saturday morning. As you can see from the soap bubbles in the gutters, the street cleaning crews had been through recently.
paulbtlw - As you see from my post processing you hit the nail on the head. You are absolutely right about rotating it. There is also a speck of sensor dust in the upper right. I became absolutely exhausted with photography and DPC shortly after I took this photo, and I refused to go back in edit anything or pickup my camera for almost a month. So that is that.
Everyone else - Thanks for the comments. The French Quarter is a great place to party, but you should be careful.
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