It’s been quite some time again, and I hate leaving the blog with no content, so it’ll be just a simple photo post for today.
Last week, some of us got together at WDW for a lot of fun and a little bit of shooting. I was with Ryan, so this obviously meant that I would have more monorail shots than anything else. We had to go over to his favorite monorail spot, the waterway near Journey into Imagination. Just so that there is some substance to this post, here is the original RAW file:
This was taken around sunset time, and I wanted to make sure I exposed for the monorail. That led to the sky being blown out quite a bit. I also made sure to do some lens perspective correction, that way some of the funky distortion went away. I also cannot stand the sewer cover in the grass, both from a photographic perspective as well as that of a guest, so I made sure to head into Photoshop to content aware fill it into oblivion. By the way, if you haven’t jumped on the $9.99 a month deal for Lightroom/Photoshop through Adobe Creative Cloud, definitely give it a shot. I’ve been using it now for a few months, and have gotten more than my fair share of updates pushed out for the software, which is pretty cool. Anyways, here’s the finished product:
It’s pretty amazing what Lightroom and Photoshop can do. Great tools.
On a side note, and something I hope to elaborate quite a bit on in the near future, this photo was taken with the Sony A7
full frame mirrorless camera. I’ve been quietly shooting with this for about 2 months now, and I’m absolutely in love. But again, that’s for another (very long and winded) blog post. If you want to help keep us afloat, check out our Amazon page, where anything you purchase after clicking will toss something back to us at no extra charge to you. Thanks for looking!