A nice series too.
Here’s my contribution to the re-collection
At the Met alla Philippe ...
From the Highline
And the waterfront seen from a moving boat on a very windy day - approx 25
shots stitched in PS or LR
May be viewed large for detail.
> Le 6 janv. 2022 à 06:54, Moose <olymoose@xxxxxxxxx> a écrit :
> Now look at what you've done!
> I've processed quite a few shots from our 2009 walk on the Highline. Not as
> good as going again, but pleasant memories.
> I'm looking forward to seeing your contemporary photos!
> Nostalgia Moose
> On 12/30/2021 5:10 PM, Moose wrote:
>> On 12/29/2021 6:24 AM, Nathan Wajsman wrote:
>>> . . .
>>> We then took a walk on the Highline, one of New York’s newer attractions, a
>>> mile-long walk on what used to be an elevated railway.
>> Fun! Takes me back to 2009, when we walked the Highline, then got out of the
>> weather in the Met, on an increasingly rainy day. I never processed more
>> than a couple of shots from that day. You've taken me back . . .
>> I used a Canon A650 compact camera. Normally it takes only JPEGs, but a
>> firmware hack also wrote out Raw files. With those and processing software
>> so far advanced over what away available then, I'm revisiting them.
>> Here's one that amuses me, I'd label it Distracted. 😁
>> A bit of abstraction from the Met.
>> We were supposed to be there again in April 2020, oh well. It's longer now
>> than then.
>> Memorable Moose
> What if the Hokey Pokey *IS* what it's all about?
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