Exeter City Centre

Some old photos from 2013, that I’m posting in 2020, so don’t expect me to remember much. I was fairly new to my Sony NEX-6 at the time, and I suspect most of these were taken using its ‘Rich Tone Mono’ setting, which combines three exposures to make one monochrome photo using a bit of HDR-style. I used that setting a lot.

Edited in Aperture, just moving a few sliders around.

Another thing I did a lot of back then, and don’t tend to do now, was making panographs. Photo constructions, or joiners – take a bunch of photos, and sort of glom them together afterwards. Like this.

The entrance to Guildhall in Exeter. Six shots processed separately in Silver Efex Pro for the arch, merged by PanoEdit. Then used Pixelmator to overlay the photo of the entrance (also processed separately in Silver Efex Pro).

I should try doing some of these again – they were always fun to do, and nicely different.

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