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When I visited Italy a few years back I stayed in Trieste for 10 days. Via Degli Artisti became my
favorite and most visited street in the city. Let me explain. I drove a tiny rental car with no GPS and I had no data plan on my iPhone. I had to navigate in Trieste old fashion way using maps and reading street signs.
Somehow every time I took the wrong turn in the maze of narrow streets in the center of Trieste I would end up on one-way Via Degli Artisti time after time with no way out.
On my 10th pass of so, I finally stopped and took a few pictures of my new favorite street.
Deconstructing Featured Photo
- Camera: Canon 60D
- Lens: Sigma 10-20mm
- Focal Length: 10mm
- ISO: 320
- Aperture: F8
- Bracketing: 3 shots ( -1, 0, +1)
- Tripod: hand-held
Processing: HDR Processed in Photomatix
Lightroom: import, tagging, export to Photomatix
Photomatix: I used 3 images to tone map image, 16-bit tiff image was exported to Lightroom.
Lightroom: I used Split Toning to achieve cross processing look, export as PSD image
Photoshop: cleaning, straightening, contrast.