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Friday, May 18, 2012

Day and Night

 When shooting travel subjects I often try to cover them several ways, making sure I have a straight shot, then moving on to a night shot, and later trying to capture something a bit more out of the ordinary.  Here are a couple of versions of the Tower of London.

This straight view was taken with a very wide angle lens that allowed for rectilinear correction later in Photoshop.
This dusk view was taken from across the Thames with a telephoto lens.  I shot this both vertical and horizontal, as well as obtaining some closer versions.  Here the top was purposely left large to invite type use by the designer.

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