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Illumination XXXX by roliketto

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.

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Juxtaposition II by roliketto

Continue “Juxtaposition” series work from my recent trip in London, UK. British Museum. This time I kept colour(s).

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Juxtaposition by roliketto

British Museum, London, UK.

Black and white effect achieved in Silver Efex Pro and finished post production in Photoshop.

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Temple of Reflections VII by roliketto

Continue posting “temple of Reflection” series architectural work from my recent trip in London, UK. Kings Cross Train Station.

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Temple of Reflections IV by roliketto

Continue posting “temple of Reflection” series architectural work from my recent trip in London, UK. Kings Cross Train Station.

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Temple of Reflections V by roliketto

Continue posting “temple of Reflection” series architectural work from my recent trip in London, UK.

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Temple of Reflections II by roliketto

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.

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Temple of Reflections III by roliketto

Keep continuing posting a reflection series from my resent trip in London; This time we have incredibly futuristic scene with a tilted angle, since I could not frame the significance of this space either with a horizontal or vertical frame, I decided to to tilt my camera 35 degrees to emphasize the futuristic ambiance of this space. I hope you like it.

One exposure processed in Photoshop CS5: Curves 1, Silver Efex Pro 2, Darken / Lighten Center (CEP 4), Viveza 2

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