A Tokina 11-16mm ultra wide angle lens on a Nikon D90 captures a very small big city. While I have been photographing Pittsburgh recently, I have been struck by how colorful the city’s buildings and bridges are. A little enhancement with Aperture brings it out. By the way, for the record, in case it turns […]
Pittsburgh from the Smithfield Street Bridge. Taken with a 590nm infrared-pass filter on a Fuji IS Pro UVIR. Lens was the Nikkor 18-55mm AF-S VR. Taken from the Ducky Tour, um, vehicle thingy. Below is another shot from the Mon side.
Kennywood is a Pittsburgh cultural Mecca. Every family makes the pilgrimage here each summer. It’s not a good place to drag around a DSLR, at least not if you want to ride anything. I used my iPod touch. I am using the HDR setting here. It did a nice job with the lit interior of […]
This organ, taken from below, reminds me of the guns on a battleship. The organ is from St. Paul Cathedral in Oakland, Pittsburgh. It was taken with a Tokina 11-16mm wide angle.
I drove around Pittsburgh today, looking for views of the downtown skyscrapers from new angles. I found the telephoto views to be the most interesting; all shots here are with a Nikkor 70-300mm AF-S ED VR. I also found leaning on the Vibrancy slider in Aperture to give an interesting effect on the colors. Today […]