Architectural Travels – Part 4

Final installment on the Architectural Travels. These are all from Panama City, Panama as it turns out. Didn’t plan it that way but it is how it worked out.

All these images except for one were shot on my Nikon D810. The one that wasn’t was shot on my Sony RX100III. When I went to edit these some just felt better in monochrome so I did the conversion using Tonality. I have come to prefer that over Silver Efex because you get much better control. Silver Efex has very limited options which causes you to be limited.

With all that out of the way I return to my normal stuff tomorrow. I am hoping to do another series in the future. While a lot of work you get to see a theme and pattern emerge from the images that you just don’t get when you do just one at a time.

Enjoy.

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  1. Panama City, Panama is truly a mixture of old and new architecture. That to me is growth of an island over the years, which is good. I do love the older architecture and wish it could be incorporated into the very modern look of today but the cost of the material is more than the steel that is incorporated into the new designs. I would think also, they are stronger and need less upkeep. The bottom line is important to business. I enjoyed.