Auburn (CA), Courthouse Window, Stairs

ISO100, 55mm, f/9, 1/4 sec
Auburn, CA

Symmetry and lines.

This window is actually not on the ground floor.  I was on the ground floor.  Since I had to shoot up to capture this shot and I did not have a tilt-shift lens to use, the image coming out of the camera has the all vertical lines, including the window, converging/narrowing together at the top of the photograph.  Using Adobe Lightroom’s lens correction tool, adjustments were made to the vertical slider to achieve this final result.

While the bricks on this 100 year old+ building catch the eye of most observers, it is the rails to the stairwell inside that capture mine.  Perhaps I could have cropped the image to show just 1 brick width surround the window to focus the attention on the interior.  Another experiment for another day.

EXIF data: Nikon D7000, center weighted metering mode, ISO 100, 55mm, f/9, 1/4 sec

Auburn (CA), Courthouse Window, Stairs. Auburn, California. May 26, 2013. © Copyright Steven Tze – all rights reserved.


3 thoughts on “Auburn (CA), Courthouse Window, Stairs

    1. Thanks John. Lens Correction in LR definitely does the job. I always wonder if LR is enough compared to the Photoshop features. At least in this instance, LR does the job.


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