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Union Station From Steel Bridge – HDR

Please click here to view this large! This picture was shot hand held with three exposures (-2..0..+2EV). I used Photomatix to create the HDR with tone mapping and detail enhanced. I increased the overall saturation with Hue/Saturation in Photoshop. Curve adjustment to increase the overall contrast. High Pass Sharpening. Shot …

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Architecture Design II

Architecture Design As a reminder, keep in mind that this picture is available only for non-commercial use and that visible attribution is required. If you’d like to use this photo outside these terms, please contact me ahead of time to arrange for a paid license.

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Tower X

Composite image creation of the China Steel skyscraper in Kaohsiung, Taiwan ——————————————————————————————– Stay up-to date by following me on: Instagram | Facebook | Twitter www.peterstewartphotography.com For image licensing or print enquiries, please contact me at: [email protected] ———————————————————————————————-

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(FILM) The hotel on eigth avenue

Very similar to a recent digital image, but when I saw the scanned negative I just had to post it!! – This camera (Moskvs-5) may be an ergonomic ‘adventure’, but it seems to pay off by making me slow down and work for an image :)) – Moskva-5 rangefinder camera …

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After hours blues – Oculus, New York City

The Oculus in NYC, part of the World Trade Center Transportation Hub in Lower Manhattan. Designed by famed Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava and located within walking distance of the World Trade Center, the $4 billion building is the most expensive train stop in the world. More New York City Photography: …

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Dordrecht oldest city of Holland

The city of Dordrecht, situated at a junction of rivers, played a key role in trade in the Middle-Ages. Dordrecht is a real monument city where Dordrecht facades, grand mansions, warehouses, churches and water towers dominate the cityscape. Like the City Hall, which was built in the 14th–century as a …

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