Las Vegas, Crystals shopping mall which really is a replica of Royal Ontario Museum (ROM).
Unfortunately, the sky was very clear, no moving clouds, or any clouds that day for a long exposure effect, but light was really interesting. Let me know what you think.
Canon 5D Mark III, Canon EF 24-105 F/4L USM IS, Focal Length 28, F/9, ISO 100.
Single exposure processed in Silver Efex Pro 2 and Photoshop CS5.
Continue “Juxtaposition” series work from my recent trip in London, UK. British Museum. This time I kept colour(s).
If you want to check out the previous, black and white version of the same interior, follow this link –
British Museum, London, UK.
Black and white effect achieved in Silver Efex Pro and finished post production in Photoshop.
Continue “Temple of Reflections” series, this time One Canada Square and inside of train/subway station in London, UK.
Canon 5D Mark III, Canon EF 11-24 F/4L USM II. Focal Length 11, F/11, ISO 200.
Continue posting “temple of Reflection” series architectural work from my recent trip in London, UK. Kings Cross Train Station.
If you are in London city and you are into an architectural photography, make sure you visit Greenwich, absolutely gorgeous place packed with beautiful interiors and exteriors such as painted hall, small chapels, gardens and of course spiral staircase(s).
If not our new Canon’s 11-24 lens we would not be able to capture this spiral staircase, since it is jammed in a really small space and it is almost impossible to get close enough or to use a tripod.
Another shot from my mini series, “Temple of Reflections”, from my recent trip in London city.
This time I decided to go with dramatic black and white presentation using Silver Efex Pro 2 emphasizing the perspective and double framing.
Another shot from Square Victoria, Montreal metro station, Quebec, Canada.
Please note that it is a real place and curves are captured in a camera and not in post production; if you want to see an original image, please check out my stories –
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