Venice – Palladio

The front of San Giorgio Maggiore by Andrea Palladio (1610) is one of the most perfect examples of the Palladian style of architecture.

Photo: San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice, October 2011

This entry was posted in Venice. Bookmark the permalink.

4 Responses to Venice – Palladio

  1. Roy says:

    So this is film right? Very nice.
    Perhaps these all are so my comment about Lightroom and converging verticals may not apply! You’ll just have to tilt the easel in the Darkroom!

    • brianhuman says:

      No, these are all digital, so baseboard tipping not an option yet.

      Implication is that it won’t be possibel to correct scanned pix in the way you suggest. I seem to recall B&W publishing a techniqe for doing it in Photoshop, presumably a sort of digital base board tipping. I don’t have Photoshop at the moment.

  2. Roy says:

    You can still do it with scanned images without a problem, provided that the scans are good to start with. Just import them into Lightroom and play around as usual.
    I also usually sharpen mine in LR, not at the scanning stage.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Please do this simple sum to prove you are real! *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.