In this image, the processing was done to make the texture of the tree stand out against the sky. Zoom in on the foliage to experience the texture. This was possible because of the position of the sun on the top left part of the image. I wanted to try something more creative than usual.... Continue Reading →

Before & After 23

This church is part of my latest urban exploration session with my friends. This cross was suspended in the air but the original image doesn't show this clearly because of the low light and the roof in the background. This picture was taken with my iPhone and processed on the iPad with Lightroom CC. As... Continue Reading →

This photo was taken with my 70-200 mm Nikon lens that I recently bought. This is close to my house, in front of a park. There is something strange to this one that I like. This is the kind of photo that I couldn't take before with my 20 mm wide angle lens. Right now... Continue Reading →

My view at the top This is my first bike ride to the mountain just at the center of Montreal city. It is called Mount Royal. Very popular tourist attraction. I'm trying to do this ride each weekend. This is an 18 km ride back and forth from my home. I love this place. This... Continue Reading →

Downtown Ottawa, Canada Last time I went to Ottawa, Canada, I was walking downtown with my Nikon D750 camera. I went by this piece of art that I found interesting. I tried different angles but this one is the most dramatic. That is the first part. Next, back home, is the processing. I've spent quite... Continue Reading →

Photo Legend 9

This photo was taken on the day after my first official 10 km run in Ottawa, Canada. This was my first time in Ottawa while tulips are flourishing. The building behind is our parliament. This photo was taken with my old iPhone 7 in RAW mode with Lightroom builtin camera. A bit of processing was... Continue Reading →

Before & After 22

Taken from my iPhone 7 while visiting my (old) parents still living in my home town. This monument is standing in front of a modern church designed by my father while he was a practicing architect at the very beginning of his career. Quite a few changes were made to this photo: perspective, framing, higher... Continue Reading →

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