Charleston at Night (part 1)

by Daniel June. 03, 2007 3230 views

Downtown Charleston is one of the most picturesque places I've ever visited, in some ways on a par with Prague as far as unique architecture but also with an interesting history. Living here is a dream come true if you own a camera.

I've been meaning to take more photos of the old city but I never get the right setting. Day-time is too full of people and traffic and I work most nights. Weekend nights I am photographing for charlestonbars.com so that I don't have time/energy to take cityscapes with long exposures.

So I give you these two shots, one of an independent pharmacy and one of a George Washington statue. I was packing up and heading home when I stumbled on the statue. Apparently Washington had some ties to Charleston, though I'm sure the city plays it up into something bigger than it was.

The original G 'Dub

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Daniel 12 years, 7 months ago

Shamana, thanks for the tips! I'll kick up the exposure setting in Bibble and then try converting to grayscale and see how it looks. I was pretty disappointed at myself for only coming home with two workable photos... (hence the 'part 1'). As for unsharp mask, I nearly forgot about that tool since I use Gimp only for cropping and resizing now

danny, thanks for the comment. I love York but never been to Beverly. The cathedral looked similar in style and I saw you are from the north so I assumed...

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Danny 12 years, 7 months ago

it was Beverly. although I wouldnt mind goin to York. I really like the first one. cool pictures

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