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 By: Steve Rosenbach  
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Photographer Steve Rosenbach  Steve Rosenbach {Karma:8338}
Project N/A Camera Model Canon A620
Categories Cityscape
Film Format Digital JPEG High
Portfolio Baltimore
Lens 35-140 mm (equivalent) fixed
Uploaded 10/12/2006 Film / Memory Type Digital 7MB ISO 50
    ISO / Film Speed
Views 823 Shutter
Favorites Aperture f/
Critiques 8 Rating
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Location City -  Baltimore
Country - United States   United States
About The old Power Plant building and USCG Tanney at the Inner Harbor in Baltimore, Maryland. The photo is actually the reflection of the buildings and the ship in the adjacent water. I rotated the image 180 degrees and flipped it horizontally (so it appears to no longer be mirror-imaged, but "correct" with respect to reality).

Other than adjusting levels and some local contrast enhancement, there was no other image manipulation.

The strong colors are the result of early-morning, low-angle sun reflecting off of the brick buildings.
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There are 8 Comments in 1 Pages
Cleveland Smith Cleveland Smith   {K:7006} 10/16/2006
Steve, if my suggestions help, anyone, then I feel that I have done a fair job with my comments. I do believe the burning in helped.


Steve Rosenbach Steve Rosenbach   {K:8338} 10/16/2006
Cleveland - thank you for your kind words on my photo and for taking the time to give me your suggestion - I've taken your advice, and I think the little bit of burning in improved the photo. Best regards, SteveR


Dave Arnold Dave Arnold   {K:55680} 10/15/2006
Awesome refelction shot, Steve. Not what I expected when I opened the thumb but a very nice surprise. Can't believe the still water in the harbor.



ventrix drogo ventrix drogo   {K:65398} 10/13/2006
Great, very good shot, very good colors anr reflection.

I like it.


enrico (ventrix)


Kamran Bakhtiari Kamran Bakhtiari   {K:23976} 10/13/2006
wooow,great as always,remainded me a shot of
great photographer Steve Rosenbach ;)


Tarcisio A. Giesen Tarcisio A. Giesen   {K:298} 10/12/2006
Molto, molto bella!


Henrik Hanselmann Henrik Hanselmann   {K:658} 10/12/2006
Very nice! Beautiful colors and light. Quite surreal. Agree with cleveland about the buring, well spotted.


Cleveland Smith Cleveland Smith   {K:7006} 10/12/2006
Steve, great job with this one, everything seems to be right on, smooth water that morning, the reflections are beautiful. Small nit, I would probably try to burn in the white reflection on the lower right side in about a third, next to the blue reflection is a little hot. These are my opinions only and through my eyes.




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