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Custom House Tower



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3 Comments | Report
davidparkhurst
 
Very good
bobbytaylor71 PRO
 
bobbytaylor71 May 07
Outstanding b/w image ... Incredible detail, lighting and clarity of focus ... Congrats on your award.
bigbadwolfproduction
 
Nice. Image

Behind The Lens

Location
This photo was taken in Downtown Boston, this was one of the original high rise buildings at its time
Time
The Photo was take on 4/12/20 at 9 AM in the morning. The sun was on the right rear side of the building, casting a shadow from the rifht side to the left side.
Lighting
The side rear lighting gave the building depth
Equipment
I use my Nikon D800 Full frame, with the Nikor 14mm-24mm lens set at 14mm. My tripod is a Manfrotto tripod with a three way head I also use Magnus GH-M1 Gimbal Head for the low angle and the right angle view on the eye piece
Inspiration
I enjoy doing fine art architectural photography and since the building is located in a tight area there are not many good shots of the building and the base. Most of the shots of the custom house tower are of the tower and the clock taken from a distance. I wanted a close-up shot to give it more drama
Editing
I shoot (5) images with a (1) stop increase and (1) stop decrease, then I process the (5) images with Photomatix , then Lightroom, and then in Photoshop where I convert to B&W and then develop until it has the feeling I was looking for
In my camera bag
I have my Nikon D800, with Nikor 14mm-24mm lens, 85mm lens and a 50 mm lens
Feedback
Find the angle that shows the building in its best form, I always use a tripod and shoot in early morning

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