photo laptop

Wow, posting from the road is a lot harder than I thought it would be. First off, I’m editing photos on a laptop. The laptop itself is nice but the screen is sort of a pain in the ass. You gotta tilt it just right or else all the levels go bananas. Anyway, I’m still cranking them out but at a much slower pace than normal.

revisiting an old shot

Today’s photo is the second shot I took in Piazza del Quirinale in Rome. You may remember an earlier post, To Serve and Protect, where I had a funny story involving the police and a similar view of this fountain.

Anyway, I suggest checking it out because not only is it a funny story, but It would be great to get your opinion on something. I still can’t figure out which angle I like the best. This one or ‘To Serve and Protect’. To me, both have there pros and cons.

So, If you had to chose one, which would it be? This one or That one? You can also check, ‘none of the above’ 😉

Technical Mumbo Jumbo:

– Nikon D3 – Nikkor 14-24 f/[email protected] 14mm f/2.8 Iso: 100
– 7 Exposure Brackets (-3,-2,-1,0,1,2,3)
HDR Photography Processing & Tone Mapping using Photomatix Pro
– Post Processing & Color Correction in Photoshop
– Enhanced detail with Nik Software Sharpener Pro
– In with the old.

Daily Banana – Piazza del Quirinale

(move the slider to compare before and after)

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HDR Photo - Rome, Italy - Piazza del Quirinale[/beforeafter]