Posts tagged: walking
I took this photo at about 7:30 this morning. I’m standing on the Yesler overpass that I-5 run under. I’m looking north towards the city center.
Camera: Pentax K-7
Exposure: 2.5 seconds
Focal Length: 8mm
The photos were taken with a Pentax K-7. I used my Rokinon 85mm 1.4f lens. Check out the EXIF data below for more info.
Exposure: 1/200 sec
Focal Length: n/a
Flash Used: No
It was a very nice morning in Seattle. Everything was drying out after the two cold fronts finished moving through. The Carmen Ghia is parked on a side street off of Yesler. The Baroness Hotel is off of Madison near Virginia Mason.
A beautiful morning in Seattle
I stopped by St. James Cathedral on my way home. The sun was hitting the facade in a beautiful way.
The photo was taken with a Pentax K-7 mounted with a 8mm 3.5f lens. I worked with the original in RAW Therapee. As you can see RAW Therapee is able to perform lens distortion correction and color correction. In my opinion it’s a great alternative to Adobe’s Light Room application.
On my walk in this morning I found this “graffiti”. It made me smile and enjoy my walk even more. Though, would have been nice if the artist used something temporary and not spray paint.