Living in Hong Kong I get to travel through the Chep Lap Kok airport every time I go anywhere, which is great because the airport is the best in the world. Yes, I know, I am biased but there aren't many other airports around the world that look as good and work with such efficiency.
I've always been meaning to undertake a spot of photography at the airport yet I've never really got round to it until now. I think it's because I generally don't walk about to much after I passed through immigration. My route usually entails picking up a magazine, moving to buy up an Americano coffee before finally walking to my gate. Since my gate was number 21 and first on the left I didn't have much walking to do and thus had more free time.
This is an HDR processed in photomatix and converted into black & white using Silver Effects Pro. Sorting out the ghosting from all the people took me ages (at least 2 and a half hours). Let me know what you think.
Canon 400D, EFS 17 - 85mm f4 - 5.6; 17mm, f5.6, ISO 100
|Camera:||Canon EOS 400D |
|Lens:||EFS 17 - 85mm f/4 - 5.6 |
|Recording media:||JPEG (digital)|
|Uploaded:||15 Jan 2011 - 6:25 AM|
|Tags:||20-32, Airplanes, Architecture, Black & white, Chep lap kok, Dramatic, Glass, Hdr, Hong kong, Hong kong international airport, Landscape / travel, People, Reflection, Silver effects pro, Travel, Window|
|VS Mode Rating||
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