Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by GoM, May 5, 2007.
-Toronto, ON. Handheld, f/3.2 for 1/20 @ ISO200.
A little editing to get rid of the power line would work great.
Thanks for the comment, though if I may disagree. Pretty much the only rule I adhere to when it comes to photography is no editing/cloning. I only mess around with curves/levels/contrast, etc, but no actual altering. Otherwise, it's not really my definition of 'photography'.
I dig it, but straighten the image.
A man after my own heart. I agree 100% with that statement. As for the shot, a little dark in the foreground, but the background is beautiful.
I realize that the streetcar wire still appears crooked, but I used the relatively more...straight surface of the bridge across the square (the concrete monstrosity behind the chip fan) as a reference point, which is now straight. So the wire dips. And I don't really care anyway, it adds to the asymmetrical..asymmetricalness
(uploaded a greyscale version as well)
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