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photoblog image Looking up at King and Yonge

Looking up at King and Yonge

Toronto has so few old buildings remaining in its downtown core and, often, those buildings that have survived the test of time are looking a bit worse for wear. On a grey day this building can look especially tired but caught here, in the late afternoon sun in early January, and in HDR, the great stonework detail shines through.

 

This is part of my ongoing series of HDR tonemapped images I've taken in and immediatley around Toronto's TTC Subway stations.

 

Iain.

Looking up at King and Yonge

Toronto has so few old buildings remaining in its downtown core and, often, those buildings that have survived the test of time are looking a bit worse for wear. On a grey day this building can look especially tired but caught here, in the late afternoon sun in early January, and in HDR, the great stonework detail shines through.

 

This is part of my ongoing series of HDR tonemapped images I've taken in and immediatley around Toronto's TTC Subway stations.

 

Iain.

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camera OLYMPUS E-P2
exposure mode full manual
shutterspeed 1/80s
aperture f/3.2
sensitivity ISO200
focal length 12.0mm
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