SanFrancisco and The Bay Bridge from Yerba Buena Island.
Revisiting some images from the past couple of years, and I came across this image. Originally processed in a trail version of Silver Efex Pro, I decided to re-work this image for a project I’ve been working on. I took the original two RAW files and stitched them in CS5. As I was a year or so ago, I was happy with the stitch and decided to try some processing techniques that I have learned over the 12-14 months since originally processing this image.
One of my contacts recently wrote to me about monochrome processing, and how it seems to be "a completely different animal" than working in the color world. To be honest, I couldn’t agree more. Having a love for both monochrome, and color, I decided to approach the processing of this image as I would when working with a B&W image, but keep the image color.
To explain how I handled the processing of this image would require me to write more than I have time for today, but maybe I will soon dip my toes in the world of bloging. Who knows… These days I seem to take on a project and some how get sidetracked into another….
Thank you for stopping in for a look… Always appreciated.
BIG Mac size … But this one won’t give you a heart attack