Photo: Send In The Marines!
Smithsonian Air & Space Museum

Another handheld panorama from my visit to Washington, D.C. back in October. Raw files were sent from #Lightroom   to #PhotoshopCC2014  to create the panorama, then a couple of heavily masked levels layers to bring the plane out from its surroundings and even out the lighting a bit. A photo filter layer adjusted the color to match the lighting of the scene, and a bunch O' noise reduction with #TopazDenoise  finished off the production.

Not too bad for a tiny sensor and shaky hands.


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De Plane! De Plane!*
A jet plane at the Smithsonian

This is another panorama made from three hand-held shots. Processing was mostly in #PhotoshopCC  with a bunch of masked adjustment layers to bring the plane out from its surroundings- something of a re-lighting job.

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Photo: Space Shuttle Discovery
Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center
Smithsonian Air and Space Museum
Chantilly, Virginia

Our little group spent a day wandering around this place. This shot has its flaws, most especially camera shake, but at this size it looks decent enough, I guess. I used the method #Topaz  gave a bit of publicity last week, using a high pass filter and  #TopazDenoise  to sharpen a noisy photo, and it also helped to disguise some of the camera shake, if you don't look too closely.

I also clone-stamped a couple of people out of the scene, as their presence didn't advance the story in the photo. Also used were #Lightroom5  and Adobe Camera Raw as a filter in #PhotoshopCC . For all the improvements, I still had to do size reduction to hide the very apparent problems- even if you know about them now for having read this far!

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Photo: Selfie at the East Portal of the White House, Washington, D.C. after a tour.
Photo: East entrance to the White House, Washington, D.C.
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John B Tefertiller
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Space Shuttle Discovery
Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center
Smithsonian Air and Space Museum
Chantilly, Virginia

Our little group spent a day wandering around this place. This shot has its flaws, most especially camera shake, but at this size it looks decent enough, I guess. I used the method #Topaz  gave a bit of publicity last week, using a high pass filter and  #TopazDenoise  to sharpen a noisy photo, and it also helped to disguise some of the camera shake, if you don't look too closely.

I also clone-stamped a couple of people out of the scene, as their presence didn't advance the story in the photo. Also used were #Lightroom5  and Adobe Camera Raw as a filter in #PhotoshopCC . For all the improvements, I still had to do size reduction to hide the very apparent problems- even if you know about them now for having read this far!

#Travel   #WashingtonDC   #Smithsonian   #SpaceShuttleDiscovery

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