Edwin Jones

Edwin Jones

Posted on 06/10/2013


Photo taken on April  6, 2013




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The Shot

This is another angle on the DLR, Docklands Light Railway, platform at Bank Underground Station, London. The station is named after the Bank of England above ground but could not be more different. There is an especially clean, vibrant and futuristic look to the platform.

The picture was taken handheld with a Sony A700 with a Samyang fisheye lens at 8mm and f5.6. I took 3 pictures for HDR. However in the end I used just the middle image to create the additional images as the difference in the movement of the train in the 3 images was too great

Processing was done in Photomatix using Detail Enhancer. This was followed by Topaz and adjustment layers in Photoshop.

Full details of the processing together with before and after images are on my Blog. See also details of how to create the border to get your own presentation on flickr see Edwin Jones Photography Blog
For Galleries, Prints and Licences see Edwin Jones Photography

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