Posts Tagged ‘skyline’
Here is a skyline of Lucerne, Switzerland. What I like most about this shot is the many layers all smashed together in by my telephoto lens.
It’s important to close-down the aperture for such a shot in order to maintain sharpness throughout the whole image. As you can probably tell, in order to get the shading exactly right, this shot had to be highly post-processed. The nice thing is that I was able to do the entire thing within Lightroom using the adjustment brush functionality along with the gradient filter effects.
1/200s . f/10.0 . ISO 200 . 35 mm
I highly recommend taking the sunset harbor cruise by Circle Line. You can get some beautiful shots like this one. I spent a good amount of time in Lightroom recovering some of the lost detail in the original image. With a jpeg file this would have been image would be a no-go, but the raw file saved the day. This is where having an advanced camera will truly come in handy.