We’re onto picture number 6 of our exhibition prints and today is ‘The Underground’.
This is one of my favourite pictures and also one of my first attempts at a HDR picture.
This is a cropped picture of the underground sign above Leicester Square Station in London that was then given a HDR makeover and even if I do say so myself, I think the results are wow!
Although you can’t see it here, this print looks amazing in a black frame so why don’t you pop onto my website (by clicking on the picture) and treat yourself to one!
All the profits from the sale of this print are being donated to Macmillan Cancer Support so please, please consider buying one 🙂
This is another picture from my archives that forms a bit of an exclusive as it’s not on my website.
I don’t know if I’m the only one but I sometimes work on pictures then completely forget I’ve done them as I get so busy. Then when I look back I think – wow, can’t believe I haven’t done anything with this before – perhaps it is just me.
OK let’s get the groan out of the way – yes it is another HDR image 🙂
This time we’re in London and Leicester Square. Someone said to me that they didn’t think this really showed any particular London landmark but I have to say I disagree as the half-price ticket booth on Leicester Sq is now such a part of London it’s almost an icon.
Anyway, you can make your own minds up – I guess you’ll either love it or hate it, but I do really hope you enjoy it as it’s just a little different.
As always feel free to browse my website at http://www.imjphotoart.co.uk – any questions or comments about my work please post on here or email me direct – it would be great to hear from you.
Til next time…..