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photoblog image Spring at the Eaton Centre

Spring at the Eaton Centre

The side entrance to Toronto's largest shopping mall, the Toronto Eaton Centre. It's just a nice little park and it was a beautiful early-spring day out so i thought I'd take some photos rather than doing any real work ;) There was a bit of post-work done here. I shot this in raw and then exported a slighly over exposed versoin of the raw to layer under the regular version in PS and then i erased the dark areas to brighten them from the original layer.

-sL

If you're interested drop by my VFXY page here.

Spring at the Eaton Centre

The side entrance to Toronto's largest shopping mall, the Toronto Eaton Centre. It's just a nice little park and it was a beautiful early-spring day out so i thought I'd take some photos rather than doing any real work ;) There was a bit of post-work done here. I shot this in raw and then exported a slighly over exposed versoin of the raw to layer under the regular version in PS and then i erased the dark areas to brighten them from the original layer.

-sL

If you're interested drop by my VFXY page here.

comments (4)

Crisp! I like it.
Oh come on, it's not really that big... i mean it's only a block long and has 2 office towers stacked ontop of it... it's tiny...

Nice post work tho, the layer reveal trick can work quite well smile

-V V-
Iain Myrans: Three office towers wink
  • AP
  • Here, there and everywhere!!!!
  • 3 Apr 2007, 22:12
But does it have a roller coaster?
Iain Myrans: sadly, .... no sad
  • Ellie
  • 4 Apr 2007, 00:56
It's a very clean picture Iain.

I haven't a clue what you did, maybe one day I'll investigate RAW, and PS too ...
Iain Myrans: Hi Ellie -- shooting in raw really opens up a whole new world of options. My usual trick for a lot of my landscapes is to drop the contrast and push up the colour saturation but by doing in the raw editor you can pick and choose -- it'll be different for every photo. If you do it in-camera then you don't know if you'll quite get what you want smile

I find that trick works well with the Oly since the colours are so nice off it to start with smile

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