Post date: Feb 04, 2019 12:23:6 AM
I took these pictures around the John Finlay Walk in NYC on my way from the hotel to the Weill Cornell Medical Center where my son underwent open heart surgery. The photographic challenge I pursued was to make six decent pictures around a small corner of the city, that I could share with family and friends. The wise people of photography pantheon say “never share other than your best!” What those wise people know about real life...
FUJIFILM X100T was the camera I used for these pictures: Although I prefer to work with in-camera JPEGs, for many of these pictures I relied on RAW files to have more flexibility in post-processing. In one case, I had to adjust the shadows and blacks. In two other cases, I applied the MONOCHROME with RED filter simulation. I believe in one other, I opted for VELVIA film simulation to articulate the red umbrella on the walkway.
The pictures I shared this week can be seen in these albums:
FLICKR ALBUM: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmxJqAsk
GOOGLE PHOTOS: https://photos.app.goo.gl/pL4codwCesBhfxEW9