With all of the construction that’s been making its rounds throughout the city this summer, you may have missed a few of the changes. Here’s a shot of the intersection of Market Street & Bow Street after the Market St. section has been repaved & re-striped. You might’ve noticed something a bit funny about it as you’re driving home or waiting for pedestrians – that’s because the city moved the crosswalk to a slightly less treacherous location – which you can see next to the jagged yield line. (It is also the street-level shot of the same area that was featured from above on July 11th.)
I love how the rowhouse building follows the contour of the street through the frame – but the coolest part of this photo to me is the fact that I finally noticed that it looks like Coca-Cola used to advertise on the side of the building. I can make out a subtle “Coca” just above the Dolphin Striker’s awning – can you see it?
Today’s shot is another attempt at using the new neutral density filter…you’ll notice fewer people hanging out in the frame despite the dozens of people that were probably in and out in the moments the shots were snapped. Still not the punch I’m looking for, but plenty of learning and tinkering to do…and plenty of tips to take from some of the seasoned folks in my treasured photography network!
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Phil, have you ever heard of an enhancing filter? The early ones made reds pop, so in the old days we would use them in autumn to produce natural greens and neon reds. I think there are different kinds of enhancing filters, maybe one that enhances all the colors. Try searching B&H for “enhancing filter”. Tiffen makes one.