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St Andrews church is located in downtown Toronto. It dates back to the 19th century, probably as old as Canada itself.
As you can see the original wasn’t very good, in fact I almost deleted it. But then I decided to see what could be done to salvage this image. It’s obvious that it was taken with a wide angle 28mm equivalent lens and difficult lighting, so I had work to do. After considerable trial and error with Topaz Adjust I finally got a reasonable overall exposure to the original. Then I set out to adjust the perspective using Photoshop. The resulting perspective is somewhat like you would get with a 100 mm lens although the space available on the street certainly wouldn’t let you get this image even from across the street (King Street). The image was converted to monochrome using BWStyler imitating Panasonic X film.
|I have been working with digital images for some time and would like contact with others who workwith digital images. I have been a member of CAPA and its predecessor NAPA for some time. I am a member of the Trillium Photographic club and the Latow Photographers Guild both of Burlington ON.I have been involved in Photography as a hobby and as a semi-professional since I was a teenager. I am also a computer professional so computer jargon doesn’t bother me. In fact if others have questions about hardware setup or software problems (although I don’t have all the answers) I would be happy to assist in any way that I can.My chief areas of interest are architecture and flowers, although I have been known to photograph landscapes, sports and portraiture from time to time.|