This is St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in Lindsay Ontario. I love the architecture of these old churches.
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.
Here is another shot from my Saturday morning walk in the new snow. The trees at the end of this path in the new snow caught my eye with the snow clinging to the branches creating contrast with each other. It’s always tough shooting in the bush without it looking like a bunch of sticks! So here are two takes on the same image. One is pretty much how I framed it in the camera and the B&W is an alternate crop. So – Which do you prefer?
This is a 3 exposure HDR processed with Photomatix and Lightroom.
A friend and I went to Toronto on Saturday to try out some street photography. We had a great day and covered a lot of ground. We went on foot from Union Station up to Yonge and Dundas, over to China Town and Kensington Market, then to Toronto City Hall. I found Santa incognito at the Eaton’s Centre. The proof is in the sweet shirt he is wearing. It say’s Believe!
Only one month to Christmas! Believe!
Couldn’t resist the pun! This was taken near the Templin Gardens in Fergus.
Started out as a colour HDR – converted to B&W in Lightroom
I’m sorry but I love to have fun with a pun! Here is the next in the Wiarton weekend series. Also taken on the shore trail. Not sure which version I like best. What do you think. Don’t be shy – leave a comment.
This is photo was developed in Lightroom with more adjustments and Topaz filters in Photoshop. The B&W is Nik Silver Efex