To me, the biggest appeal of digital photography is being able to play with light and color, changing the mood or the feeling with only a few mouse clicks or slides on a control. Below is a shot I took while in traffic on my bike. I have always been a fan of P1800s.
Then I dropped the gamma and boosted the contrast, which has the added effect of increasing the saturation. The brick building reflected on the roof of the car is much more apparent.
Next, I converted it to B&W. Replace those aluminum wheels for the originals, and swap out the Caddy SRX for a potato lorry, and you have Simon Templar parked in a hurry to pop in for a pack of fags.
- ► 2010 (316)
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- The Beatles, yellow and green.
- I sawed the end off a lens for these shots.
- Food to go-warpspeed-behind the grid
- Non sequitur # 48
- New glass, more money gone
- Canon eyezed
- Feathered bicycle drawers
- Brock Street
- Stir with one of these until the plot thickens.
- Life amidst the contamination
- Never mind
- I'll cross that bridge when I come to it.
- Boat with two first names
- Where da beef at?
- Bridge taken, hill not taken
- Peeking through the openings
- Three Volvos
- Poetry, prose and plants. Hi, B-e.
- Row houses and the big house.
- Hard to focus after 26 oz of mojito
- Last photos from a malfunctioning phonecam
- Bond. James Bond. Also balloons.
- Bench, beach
- I don't know what these are.
- Repost because I'm lazy part 1
- You don't write, you won't start.
- Fun fun fun. Fun.
- Old bus revisited
- Historic vehicle.
- Locked in moisture.
- Putting a lock on another series
- Unstructured steel and glass
- Life on stone, hairline fracture, etc.
- Still looking...
- Danger and horses and pussies on a shirt
- Full plane, well stacked
- Pillars of the community
- Bridging gaps
- Amber tones and nylon
- Stupid water tower
- Sign of the times, 1950 or so and laying some Cana...
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