The weather is perfect here in Wiarton on Colpoy’s Bay. We are spending the weekend here relaxing and taking photo’s.
I grabbed a shot of this guy in the subway in New York.
I used the Photoshop Fractalius plug in filter and then the oil paint filter to create the effect.
While walking around the perimeter of the 9/11 site this year we happened to go into the American Express office building and discovered this moving memorial. “11 Tears,” a memorial honoring 11 American Express employees who died on 9/11, located in the company’s headquarters in the lobby of 3 World Financial Center. Suspended above an 11-sided granite pool is a 600-pound quartz stone, carved into an 11-sided teardrop. Eleven drops of water fall into the pool periodically, creating intersecting ripples. Victims’ names and words chosen by their loved ones are etched on the stone.
These words are in memory of Karen Renda, 52, American Express Travel agent.
This is classic Manhattan. Locate at 1 Centre Street in New York City, the Manhattan Municipal Building is a 40-story building built to accommodate increased governmental space demands after the 1898 consolidation of the city’s five boroughs.Wikipedia
I shot this as a vertical panorama stitched together with CS6.
We were able to walk the Brooklyn Bridge during our New York trip this time. It is an amazing structure.
HDR 3 exposure – Photomatix, Lightroom, Photoshop, Topaz adjust.
This building in in Brooklyn at the corner of Washington and York. It is tough to get the whole building in one shot so I took four shots and merged them in Photoshop.
This building is along the High Line in New York. Covered with mirrored glass and rusting steel plate it creates an interesting visual treat.
This is a 3 exposure HDR using Photomatix, Lightroom, Photoshop, Topaz Adjust.