Edwin Jones

Edwin Jones

Posted on 04/12/2013


Photo taken on April  6, 2013




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Staircase Spiral to the Sky

Staircase Spiral to the Sky
The Shot

My visit to London last Saturday included a visit to the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich for the Ansel Adams Exhibition which finishes on the 28th April. I went first to the Queens House, a building which is part of the Museum which contains this brilliant spiral staircase. Built in 1610 it is one of the world’s earliest examples of a cantilever stair with no central core support.

The streamers coming down are a sculpture called Flower Helix' which is part of The Garden of England installation by Alice Kettle which is there until August.

The picture was taken handheld with a Sony A700 with a Samyang Fisheye lens at 8 mm. 3 raw images 2EV spacing. Opened in Photoshop first and each image noise reduced with Noiseware Pro and saved as tiffs.

This picture was enhanced with HDR processing and Photoshop to bring in more detail.

Full details of the processing together with before and after images are on my Blog see Edwin Jones Photography Blog
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