Cityscape Photography – Binary Code
Cityscape Photography – Binary Code. Here’s a photo that I took in London, England. I was setting up for some night shots near City Hall when a couple decided to step into the frame. This created a happy little photography accident and I ultimately decided to keep them in the shot. This area of the city is much more modern than the historic districts that London is known for. The buildings, for the most part, are completely made of steel, glass, and reflective surfaces. This combination of materials gives the area almost a “Matrix” like appeal. Hence the name, Binary Code! Check out the larger version of this photo here or on Google Plus!
Post Processing & Camera Settings.
To capture this image, I took a single exposure with Sony a7rii and I used the Creative Flow Lightroom Presets and Brushes to complete the look. Finally, I combined the RAW file and my Lightroom version in Photoshop to finalize the shot.
- Camera: Sony ILCE-7R
- Lens: Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM
- Settings: f9, 17mm, Time: 5.6s ISO: 100
- Edit: Aurora HDR
- Edit: Lightroom
- Edit: Photoshop
- Edit: Luminar
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