Sunday, October 4, 2009

04/10/2009 Church Street Ghaut

Some photos taken at Church Street Ghaut, Georgetown, Penang on yesterday. The main theme of the photos is dereliction or known as abandoned buildings. I have tried to captured the photos in black and white and increased the contrast in order to bring out the details, and at the same time add in some mood for the photos. The outcome is what I had expected, and it's just nice to me.

What's behind the gate?

The original look of the building using 35mm (which is 50mm equivalent on full frame)

The building became distorted at 17mm (25mm equivalent on full frame), adding some mood to the photo


Siu KeOnG said...

what lens you use liao? Nice W&B

Samuel said...

All the buildings one using Sigma AF17-70 f/2.8-4.5 DC, while the pigeon one I used Tamron SP90mm f/2.8.

Siu KeOnG said...

i wan to try tamron 90mm..see izzit so geng:P

Samuel said...

Of course geng, it's one of the well known MACRO LENS d, cheap somemore :P (I mean compare to other Macro Lens).

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