Amongst my hundreds of photos of windows, there is this one that seems to have a really good agent. It comes up again and again. Sometimes featured by itself, sometimes with the others in that building.
Yeah, that one with the balcony. It was featured ten years ago in the post “Window with Balcony” over on Two Cameras – Two Views.
Then it made it into “Monday Window 1 – Window on River Street“, albeit not by itself. It had to share the limelight with all the neighboring windows. But, that was Monday Window 1! The photo there was from a set photographed from the river. The set became a panoramic image. Some photos in that set suffered from motion blur as I was paning hurriedly.
Those motion-blurred images have served again and again as test subjects for evaluating the amazing capabilities of Topaz Sharpen AI.
See the frame in the upper right of the image above. That’s the building next door. See the tiny square – it marks the blurred antenna shown above, before and after sharpening. Another frame was not as blurred and made it into several posts. I will present it again here.
This group of buildings was been among my favorite photo subjects. Here we look at the group early one morning.
Here is a mess of photos from just across the street. No way to get back to get them all in, the Savannah river is there.
That set also served as the basis for stitching into various views.
And, of course, there were a couple of other posts where it made at least a cameo appearance: “Thursday Doors – 24“, and “Monday Window – April 27, 2020 – Contrasts in Windows“. That last post allowed only part of “that” window into the photo.
Surely it will sneak into many other posts to come.
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