Baltimore Skyline Panorama at Dawn Photo Maryland Black and White Canvas

Baltimore Skyline Panorama at Dawn Photo Maryland Black and White Canvas

Because I’m a golf caddie, I live in Baltimore half the year. During that time I like to take photos around town. He loved them and decided to give me one of his older very unused DSLR cameras. When I took this photo, I was still learning the ins and outs of this type of camera. The problem is that I also think that people will reject my ideas. So that stops me from pursuing my goals. When it comes to my art, though, I keep going until something pops up. I woke up at 4:30am to get this shot on a late summer morning. Being September, the air had started to dry out compared to the humidity of the past month. As I walked up the steps to Federal Hill to get the best vista of the Baltimore skyline and the Inner Harbor it was nice to not be sweating. I noticed how quiet the city can get before the traffic noise starts again. There were only a few early joggers running through the park.. And, you’re high enough that any fishy smell from the harbor doesn’t reach you. I had just gotten a more professional tripod. So, I decided to try a long exposure for the first time. That’s when the shutter is left open for a long time. This photo was open for 9.0 seconds. I was very happy with the results. But, when I finally to a look at the photo on my laptop, I noticed all of these bright dots of white, red, blue and purple go Ravens! On the darker areas photo. There’s no way I could sell a photo like that. Not knowing what to do about this, I looked on YouTube and found out that this happens when you close down the opening of the lens (aperture) too much. I also found out that my editing software could fix it. I just had to patient and get every one of them. I was able to eliminate them! 1 Premium Glossy Photo Paper are high quality, professional paper-prints. Sharp, Vivid and rich Color sets this apart from a casual photo print. You’ll feel like you’re there. Premium Glossy Photo Paper will last a long time. This option is available in 8×10 inches, 11×14 inches or 16×20 inches. 2 Ready to Hang Canvas are ready to hang right out of the box with zero assembly required. Canvas Prints are a well-known, high-end way of displaying photographs. 75 inch thick wooden stretcher-bars that give it shape, in the same way an oil painting is traditionally assembled (40×30 and 40×90 use 1.5 inch bars for better stability). There are no staples or ugly lines visible on the sides (very important). 3 Ready to Hang Canvas (split into 3 panels) This is for larger pieces, and the photograph is split into 3 even panels, 3 separate canvas panels which put together make a single large image. This gives a modern look, and allows spectacularly large sizes on your wall!

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