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Same shot as above only at night. Not taken by me, found on Wikipedia
View from the second floor of the Louvre, looking out at the Pyramid, the Jardin des Tuileries,
the gold spire of the Place de la Concorde and the Arc de Triomphe (In the distant background, not the little one up close!)
This is a terrible joke but interesting Photoshop technique.
This is in the inner courtyard of the Palais de Justice in Paris.
It had been damp all week and as you can see the pillars are wet.
It occurred to me that the fourth tenet of the Revolution could have been "Humidite", so I added it.
Mennonite Industrialist with his Nachi VORG35 Robot
Animated GIF file: Colours created by boosting saturation to create false colour noise.
This was done in several increments and linked together with the original
"black and white" scanned image to cause sparkling effect
My High School slide rule from 1968 (Nikon 990)
El Angel de la Independencia, Mexico City.
(Scratched negative but very realistic colour)
El Angel, detail
Baby, APITA shopping mall, Toyama, Japan
Taken with a 1.6 megapixel camera in 1999.
With good subject and lots of lighting, this is all the megapixel that you need !!
I suppose that TTL flash control might have not washed out her face...
But this is "the Dawn of Time" for Digital Cameras !
Golden Temple, Kyoto, Japan DC260
On final Brampton, runway 33. Note Cessna on left waiting, rain on windshield,
misaligned with runway due to wind and too high as well (twin white lights)
Taken with ancient Kodak DC-120 digital camera (my first!) in the late 90s.