More New Additions to Urban Quilt

urban quilt
The last couple weeks I had the opportunity to photograph during a Water Taxi Photo Tour that I led and I was lucky enough to have the chance to stop by the new London House hotel and rooftop. During both outings I was on the lookout for opportunities to add to my Urban Quilt series. Take a look…would love to hear which is your favorite!
urban quilt
urban quilt
urban quilt
urban quilt
urban quilt
urban quilt
urban quilt
urban quilt
urban quilt
urban quilt
urban quilt

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    1. Thanks so much, Fred! I don't use a TS lens.There are a few occasions where I'm on top of a building so I can shoot head-on but that's not all that frequently. I'm usually shooting from the street a bit wide, trying to keep my lines as straight as possible, completing the straightening in LR and then cropping to a square. Hope that helps 🙂

  1. You asked for our favorite for your quilt project. I choose the 8th image from the top. All other are good too ... but you did ask for a "favorite". In my mind's eye it showed a nice difference in contrast whether you look vertical or horizontal. Plus in all your photos I love how you are get those vertical lines vertical which is something I am trying to achieve without using a tilt-shift lens but haven't quite got there yet.

    1. Thanks, Steve! Always fun to hear others favs. I don't use a TS lens either. For me the trick is shooting wide trying to stay as straight as possible and then finishing things in LR. Usually that will involve some kind of crop but I try to account for that while I'm shooting.

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