At an Angle (Two Photographs) and a Tip for Lightroom
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Modern landscapes, especially of the urban variety, tend to rely on leading lines or the more Mondarian view where lines make sense of themselves. This is not an unusual perspective but I wanted to illustrate that while I am not a fan of angled shots, this would be an exception as it gives dynamism to the picture.
The tip has to do with processing in Lightroom. If you look at the camera calibration tools you will see the same presets used by your camera and proof that your camera edits your photographs substantially. The neutral preset for example, will give you the greatest dynamic range but less contrast. The tip is whatever preset you use try boosting the blue saturation by about 25-28%. I saw this pointer on the web and it’s now part of my regular processing. When it works, it just gives that extra but subtle pop to photographs, in monochrome or color.