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HAMILTON FROM ABOVE

By TimothyDMorton  
Hand holding, and such taking series of photos from a window with a CIRCULAR POLARIZING filter.

Once back home used the Panoramic function of Adobe Photoshop Elements 7, then flatten the image, and then fixed the horizon then cropped to 257 x 600 px to feature a PANORAMIC IMAGE and then applied the UNSHARP MASK till the results came out cool lastly saved in JPEG for upload to my WEB GALLERY.



The location of this image was from the 21ST Floor of 100 King Street West.

Tags: Photo journalism Hamilton Architecture Digitally manipulated Ontario Panoramic image DOORS OPEN 2013 21ST FLOOR 100 KING STREET WEST

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chase Plus
11 1.1k 246 England
9 May 2013 8:26AM
Wow,what a view !!
Well done hand holding,something I would never be able to do !
There is a slight distortion of the horizon which would be easy to correct in your editing program.The polarizer has worked ok & brought out all the colours here but I still think this is very slightly over exposed in places & the time of day has resulted in some harsh light with lots of contrast.It would be a good idea not to take images in the full mid-day sun,perhaps just at Dawn or a little before sunset would have been better,as the Sun would be much lower in the sky,thus avoiding really hard light.

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Thanks for the suggestions.

The problem is that this place was open for DOORS OPEN in my hometown of Hamilton after 11:30 am to 2:30 pm on a single day so I had an opportunity to shot and thus I tried my best with the options available.

Once again thanks,

Timothy

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