Weekly Photo – Morning Stroll in Quebec City
Morning Stroll in Quebec City: This is a shot that I took last month in Quebec City, Canada. I woke up at 5:30 am, grabbed a coffee and headed outside. I love taking photos in the morning because no one’s around. I practically had the whole place to myself despite a few cars and one other photographer. Naturally, I gave him a quick nod. I love seeing fellow photographers out in the field. The architecture in Quebec is pretty amazing. While exploring I came across Hotel Ste-Anne, a small boutique hotel in the upper level of the old town. The vacant streets gave off a really neat moody feeling so I snapped a few shots. Later that evening, we actually went on a ghost tour of the town and walked right past this spot on our way to an old church where there had been frequent ghost sightings. For the post processing, I really want to focus on bringing out the detail in the cobblestone and the exterior of the hotel. I also focused on balancing the glowing streetlights with the sun starting to peak in morning sky.
|LENS||Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II|
|FOCAL LENGTH||19.0 mm (19.0 mm in 35mm)|
|EXPOSURE TIME||3.2s (3.2)|
|NAME||Morning Stroll in Quebec City.jpg|
|SIZE||7360 x 4912|
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