Monday Window – February 10, 2020

Tower of Windows

Today I have one tower of windows, but it is presented three ways. There is much that post processing can do. I am still checking out the apps that I have installed on my new laptop. Here is the image processed as an HDR look in ON1 Photo RAW.

For a dramatic look in black and white I used Nik Silver Efex Pro 2 – still my old copy that I have been using for years.

Here is the image, pretty much as it came out of the camera.

Which of these appeals to you? How do these versions affect you? Your thoughts are most welcome.


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Monday Window – February 3, 2020

Window Walls

Last week I dug up some wonderfully decorative classical windows. In this post I have retrieved modern window walls. Buildings that are all windows, and quite reflective too. My first image is a rather delightful, confusing look at a Buckhead, Georgia building. It is also a selfie. Here is the lower left of the photo to show that indeed it shows me at work.

Now for the full photo.

Less visually confusing, here is the Georgia Botanical Garden.


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