Totem Pole

Totem Pole

I took this shot a few years ago at Brockton Point in Stanley Park. In terms of pure colour, it's one of my favorites.

It's a slide shot that I scanned in with my crappy scanner, so I had to do some major work to get it to look decent and accurate. Even still, you can see some noise in the sky but it was the best I could do at the time.

10/6/06 [edit] Since we have got a fancy new scanner at work, I went back and scanned this in and it really pops now. I never get tired of those solid colours with the bright white and that insane blue sky. Exposure wise, I like the fact that there is still detail in the white and in the black parts of the totem. The shot was actually scanned in professionally when I originally took it because it was used on the cover of a brochure but I never got the digital files - they went straight to the designer. No matter - I have it now.

Scanned slide, colour correction, sharpening, cropping in Photoshop.

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Taken: 2006-10-06 22:58:23
Posted: 2006-07-26 | 13:07





Totem Pole

Totem Pole

I took this shot a few years ago at Brockton Point in Stanley Park. In terms of pure colour, it's one of my favorites.

It's a slide shot that I scanned in with my crappy scanner, so I had to do some major work to get it to look decent and accurate. Even still, you can see some noise in the sky but it was the best I could do at the time.

10/6/06 [edit] Since we have got a fancy new scanner at work, I went back and scanned this in and it really pops now. I never get tired of those solid colours with the bright white and that insane blue sky. Exposure wise, I like the fact that there is still detail in the white and in the black parts of the totem. The shot was actually scanned in professionally when I originally took it because it was used on the cover of a brochure but I never got the digital files - they went straight to the designer. No matter - I have it now.

Scanned slide, colour correction, sharpening, cropping in Photoshop.

show this photo on a map ✈

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EXIF

Camera: PerfectionV700
Lens Type:
Focal Length: N/A
35mm Focal Length:
Exposure: 0 sec
Aperture: N/A
ISO: N/A
Views: 23669
Taken: 2006-10-06 22:58:23
Posted: 2006-07-26 | 13:07