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Ground Control

These images were shot in Incheon, South Korea when I was laying over on my way to Thailand last year. I figured why not share them now as I flew a couple days ago and sitting in Costa Rica as I type this up.

Nothing overly fancy here with the editing. Just me and the Wacom tablet bonding. The images were shot on my Sony RX100M3. The craziest thing I did was the 2.4 to 1 crop on the first image give it a cinematic feel.

Enjoy.

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Architecture Landscapes Travel-Tourism

Korean Pagoda

If I had a muse so to say it would be this pagoda.  I have been entranced by it since I first saw it and shot it a couple years ago.  I have never really been happy with the images I have produced but this one I like.  The best part about it is that I used a macro lens and I just shot it in passing because I liked how the trees framed the pagoda.  Sun light is a bit harsh but to be honest it lights up the details under the roof.  So in the end after years of shooting this pagoda I finally have an image I really like.

Korean Pagoda
OMD-EM5, 60mm, ISO 250, f/5.6, 1/1250
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Architecture Landscapes

Korean Pagoda

The whole reason I was at the gardens where I shot the lake was for this pagoda.  The sun was a bit harsh and I’m too lazy to dodge and burn the image but I like it well enough to share.

Korean Pagoda
Canon 5DMKII, 24mm, ISO 200, f/11, 1/400