18-55mm IS lens, Birds, Canon 80D, Lens Artists Photo Challenge, Luminar, Photo Editing, Photography, travel

St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin

This seagull seemed to be waiting for something:

ISO 800 f/11 1/125sec 18mm

I thought it was a nice scene, so I snapped the photo. In order to tell the story though, a crop was the much needed first edit. I’ve applied other edits as well, boosting shadows and luminance, but this is just a simple image, my memory of a walk in the park, so I’ve kept the edits simple as well:

ISO 800 f/11 1/125sec 18mm

Your thoughts on the scene are welcome below.

Cheers!

Added to Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, Waiting.

 

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23 thoughts on “St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin

  1. Your walk in the park was lifted by the enhancements – and the waiting gull became more prominent. I noticed that other gull to the right, which I hadn’t in the first one. Nicely done!

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