Straight ahead is the Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology (MOST) in Armory Square Syracuse. To the right is the side of the building that houses the Landmark Theater I featured in some earlier posts. This is a fairly simple composition; I was essentially interested in the contrast between the broken base to the street lamp and the huge industrial dumpster, against the beautiful sky and museum building in the distance. In fact, the contrast was so strong, I thought, that I reduced the saturation to even things out a bit. As first processed, the distance was almost too pretty for the foreground.
- March 14, 2012
- Cities / Urbex and Abandoned
Tags: 14-24 mm, D700, hdr, New York, Nik Color Efex, Photomatix, Syracuse
This Post Has 4 Comments
Dave DiCello14 Mar 2012
Love the soft glow that this one has. Nicely done Mark.
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Julie14 Mar 2012
Such a beautiful shot! Is it a HDR image?
LensScaper14 Mar 2012
I like the processing and the framing is just right
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Mark Neal15 Mar 2012
Nice HDR Mark. I also like the soft look with the very bold composition.
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