Monday Window – January 27, 2020

Classic Windows

Not only are these classic windows from Atlanta, but the photos go back almost a dozen years.

These old photos were quite nice, at least in my view, but suffered from the “falling-over syndrome” due to perspective distortion from tilting the camera upwards. I corrected the images to a more pleasing appearance.

 


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Monday Window – January 20, 2020

Cafe Window

We have a new cafe in town. I attended the grand opening, this is the plain window at the front.

As I was photographing the event and wanted to retain the ambiance of the place, I did not use flash. Photographing this window from the much darker inside presented a challenge. Using a tripod was not feasible, so no multiple exposures and HDR stacking. I decided on a setting that would overexpose the outside and underexpose the inside, then I processed the image as “cafe art” – fitting enough!

Here is the little cafe, of course, also in “cafe art” processing.

Sorry, I didn’t mean to just tease. Yes, there were people there. Yes, there was a grand opening, here, I’ll show you.


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Note to my fellow Monday Window bloggers:

Use the category Monday Window for your window posts, you can set the category for your prior posts. When I discover that you have done so (you can even let me know), I will add a link in the sidebar at the right.

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