Snapped a few shots of this ionic column in the cafe area of well-known museum the other day. Seeing what the new camera does and exploring depth of field and such like.
You’d think that colour is generated in post, but no. Only adjustments were fairly standard contrast and exposure etc.
That golden hue is mostly a result of the strong accent lighting just out of shot at top. And, of course, all the particular settings in camera, the sensor and the way this camera deals with colour.
Hey, it ain’t nothing too special and if I shot it again, I’d do it differently – which is why I post most photos on this site – it’s all part of the do-learn-repeat process involved with any art/skill.
And I’m sharing it with you ‘cos you’re part of that journey.
Camera: Panasonic DMC-G85
Lens: LUMIX G VARIO 12-60mm
Focal Length: 120mm 35mm equiv.
Taken: 12 May 2018