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Canada Place Reflection at Night 2


Canada Place Reflection at Night 2

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This picture was shot on a tripod with one exposure in RAW. Processed the RAW file using Photoshop CS5. I increased the overall saturation with Hue/Saturation in Photoshop. Curve adjustment to increase the overall contrast. 1 layer mask in soft light mode at 50% gray, using brush tool to lighten and darken some areas of the image, to bring out details. Used Nik Sharpener Pro to sharpen image.

It was a beautiful night and we decided to go back to Stanley Park to shoot the night scene of downtown Vancouver BC. We were treated to the changing colors on Canada Place. And the Olympic Torch was even lit.

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Posted by David Gn Photography on 2011-09-27 18:22:09

Tagged: , Vancouver , BC , British Columbia , Canada , Skyline , Night , Stanley Park , Evening , Reflection , Changing , Colors , Canada Place , Harbour Centre , City , Downtown , Travel , Tourism , Olympic Torch , Lights , Canon EOS 7D , RAW , EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM

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