Edwin Jones

Edwin Jones

Posted on 04/16/2013


Photo taken on April  6, 2013




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London Underworld by Foot

London Underworld by Foot
The Shot

As you may have guessed by now I am quite keen on tunnels so when I visited Greenwich I needed to collect this one. This is the Greenwich foot tunnel under the Thames in London to the North Bank and Docklands. It is 1200ft long and 50ft deep.

The red electric junction box is the only bit of colour in the tunnel. I thought the fisheye lens worked quite well for this image.

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.

Processing was done in Photomatix using the Detail Enhancer creative preset for a more gritty look. 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 Edwin Jones Photography Blog
For Galleries, Prints and Licences see Edwin Jones Photography

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