The historic Oyster House in HDR.
Taken 1/22/11 in downtown Pittsburgh near the PPG Plaza during our Welcome Pennsylvania – Pittsburgh Photoshoot.
The restaurant is a Historic Landmark. (Pittsburgh, PA, USA)

Thank you very much for the following features!!!!

Stats: 4/17/11 ~ 36 favs, 396 views

Another huge thank you to Dana Horne and Michael Scott for being our hosts in Pittsburgh!!!

HDR/tonemapping in Photomatix Pro – Painterly Effect
3 exposures: -2, 0, +2
Canon EOS 60D, 18-135 mm lens, F/9, auto ISO
Layered with cracked paint taken in the south side of Pittsburgh.

Comments

  • Chelei
    Cheleialmost 4 years ago

    Nice effects! I’m playing with Photomatix this week trying to figure it out. I like the Painterly effect as well….

  • Thank you Chelei!

    – Lori Deiter

  • DryFlyPhoto
    DryFlyPhotoalmost 4 years ago

    Wow! Lori, this is fantastic and your post develop editing is excellent. Bravo!

  • Wow… back at you! Thanks so much for your kind comment Scott!!

    – Lori Deiter

  • BigD
    BigDalmost 4 years ago

    I should I have went with you guys. :-) Good job!

  • Thanks! But then you would have missed that yummy eggroll!!!! Ha ha!

    – Lori Deiter

  • danamh40
    danamh40almost 4 years ago

    Fantastic treatment, Lori! Wonderful work! :o)

  • Steve Mezardjian
    Steve Mezardjianalmost 4 years ago

    Absolutely fantastic composition Lori! The point of view you took was perfect and to have a bicycle just laying up against the wall was the icing on the cake effect wise.

  • Lois  Bryan
    Lois Bryanalmost 4 years ago

    this is one GORGEOUS image, Lori!!!!! I really love that processing … you’ve created a work of art!!!! WOW!!!!!

  • andy551
    andy551almost 4 years ago

    Fantastic work…fabulous colours…!!!

  • Vince Russell
    Vince Russellalmost 4 years ago

    Beautifully done!

  • David Davies
    David Daviesalmost 4 years ago

    Well, I don’t like oysters but I do like the picture, Lori!

  • isuckink
    isuckinkalmost 4 years ago

    Beautiful;
    you’ve made it look a bit “seedy” (if you’ll excuse the term) and run down in a way that means I can’t help but want to go inside.

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