I’m passing through Toronto’s Pearson airport once again and I decided I had enough time on my layover to take the train downtown for a few hours. The real reason I was so motivated to go was to buy a lens that was unavailable in Baltimore. Yes I have a new camera, more details coming soon.
The day is gloomy and upon arriving downtown I came across this scene. I really didn’t intend to do any shooting with the way the weather was, but then its the weather that made this image so striking to me. I don’t think it would have had the same impact if the buildings were visible right up to the top.
The image is an HDR created in the New Aurora 2017 HDR Pro. Some perspective correction was performed with Adobe Photoshop. Colour adjustments done in both Lightroom, and Aurora. Noise was reduced with Macphun’s Noiseless CK.
The image was captured with my brand spanking new Fujifilm XT-2 using the 10-24mm f/4.0 lens. I have only had this camera for a few days but so far I am completely blown away with how it performs and how it feels in my hands. I will be doing a review on this camera in the next while.