Boston View from Boston’s Custom House Boston, MA., U.S.A. September 8, 2016
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Category: Architecture, Boston, HDR, Landscape, Photography Tagged: Boston, Boston Harbor, golden hour, HDR, Massachusetts, Photography, Timothy S. Allen, Water
Great picture, I will be up in Boston next week!
Thank you. Boston is a great place. I recommend the Boston Customs House for a great location for taking pictures. Don’t count on getting a sunset shot as two buildings are in the way. It’s $7.50 for a soda/water or $15 for a drink to get access to the observation deck. No windows to get in the way or create reflections.
Thank you for the advice!
Here’s my post about my travel’s. Thanks again for the great shot and the advice!
Evan, I’m very pleased that you enjoyed Boston. Glad to have helped.
What a view! I can’t wait to be up in New England again next month for my brother’s wedding. Hopefully there will be plenty of color to photograph.
Thank you. Yes there should be color. Enjoy and congrats to your brother and his bride.
Thank you! I can’t wait. It has been over a year since we have been up there. We will be in northern Mass.
Yes, even more color then. Enjoy!
Awesome! Thanks we will.
Wow … fabulous!!!
Awesome perspective! I love how you composed the boats in the harbor.
Thank you. A lot of that has to do with Aurora HDR software. It give you a lot of flexibility.
I’m not a huge fan of HDR, but I do use it for low light, night work and high contrast scenes on occasion. I use SNS-HDR to process the images. SNS does a great job as well. I love how it keeps the image looking realistic.
Thank you for the alternative software. Sorry for the delay in getting back to you.
You’re welcome! Check out my latest post. I posted some pictures using the SNS-HDR. I would love to hear your thoughts. The post is titled Cityscapes in HDR.
I particularly like the Polk House and the Train Depot images for their detail. A result of using HDR. The Polk House seems to be enhanced by using HDR. Nice shots are not easy and HDR as you’ve used it subtly really helps.
Thank you! I really appreciate your input!
loving the colors here
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