Title: Day to Night

Capture Date/Time: April 02 2005 11:09
Camera: Nikon D100
Lens: 12-24mm f/4G ED-IF AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor
Focal Length: 24mm
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F/7.1 - 1/160 sec
ISO: 200
Flash: None

Ok I'll admit that this one was heavily post processed, but the original seemed quite boring since it was a blue building with a blue sky behind it that seemed all too similar in color. This is my rescue attempt...

11 commentsAdd yours

06.14.05/11:38 PM mark said:

I wish that was my house.

06.15.05/02:26 AM david jones said:

I dont remember reading any rules that you cant be artistic in photoshop.. I think it looks neat :)

06.15.05/08:10 AM W said:

This is a great picture! Maybe purists care about post processing, but then they'd miss gems like this! Keep up the great work.

06.15.05/08:43 AM Darren said:

You did well in post. The color of the sky is a great complement to the building. The lighting effect on the building is superb.

06.15.05/08:50 AM Rhett Torgoley said:

Where is that building located?

06.15.05/10:42 AM Brandon said:

Yeah, this one's a keeper

06.15.05/11:53 AM eti said:

post processing - that's the way to make a boring picture come alive! please have a look at mine today http://eti-eti.blogspot.com/2005/06/ach-margrietje.html
and try to imagine what the original must have looked like... boring, right.

you fooled me by the way, i really thought it was a night shot.
nice colors, great pattern.

06.15.05/12:24 PM Teja said:

Nothing wrong with a little photoshopping ;) Amazing shot.

06.15.05/07:05 PM izzy said:

The light, the line, the color and the background, everything is perfect in this picture.

06.16.05/12:31 PM frisky? said:


06.18.05/02:24 PM Tommy Moore said:

Very nice shot! Almost looks like a rendering. I had that same perspective the other day and thought that would make a great photo. FYI - that is the new Lasalle bank bld at Clinton/Monroe.