Here's a shot I took while walking the Georgetown, TX square one night in Dec. last year and just got around to processing. It's the Georgetown Visitor Center
and it's located caddy-corner to Gumbo's.
I like the shot, but I just could not find a good enough angle to get all of the "Most Beautiful Town Square" sign on the back wall in the shot. I'm kinda disappointed about that, but otherwise, I like it.
I changed this one up a little from my normal routine. It is a 7-bracket HDR, but I processed it mostly with Nik's new Analog Efex and I added a white vignette instead of a dark one. I also had a little fun with the water mark. It isn't perfect, but I think I might try to start getting a little more creative with those. You never know, it might help boost some other skill.
I hope you enjoy the shot and thanks for dropping by!
Camera - Nikon D300S
Exposure - 2
Aperture - f/11.0
Focal Length - 10 mm
ISO Speed - 640
Flash - No Flash
Exposure Mode - Auto
Lens Model - Sigma 10.0-20.0 mm f/4.0-5.6 View Larger Map