Travel Photography – Doors

Its always interesting to walk down “Main Street” in a small town and see the beautiful doors and facades of the major buildings. Its also real interesting to wander around to the back alleys and see the differences between the front doors and the back doors.

Front Door

Front Door
Copyright © 2009 Jeff Lynch Photography
Shot taken with a Canon 50D set on aperture priority (Av), using an EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM hand-held. The exposure was taken at 24mm, f/8 for 1/20th of a second at ISO 100 on Lexar Professional UDMA digital film. All post capture processing was done in Lightroom 2. Click on the image above for a larger version.

Back Door

Back Door
Copyright © 2009 Jeff Lynch Photography
Shot taken with a Canon 50D set on aperture priority (Av), using an EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM hand-held. The exposure was taken at 24mm, f/8 for 1/30th of a second at ISO 100 on Lexar Professional UDMA digital film. All post capture processing was done in Lightroom 2. Click on the image above for a larger version.

4 thoughts on “Travel Photography – Doors

  1. Well captured, Jeff.

    Two questions. First, the top one (and please don’t take this as a knock) looks crooked. Was the photographer crooked (:-) or was the door frame? I’m thinking it’s the latter. And I hate when that happens! I then spend more time trying to figure out how to level my frame in PS than anything else. And usually I don’t get it right.

    Second, how did you keep your reflection out of the window in the bottom shot? I see across the street, I see the car…where you YOU!

    Love the process on the bottom one, too.

    • Door, ceiling, street and photographer!

      BTW – If you look closely you can see my elbow sticking reflected in the second image.

      Jeff

  2. I am glad you like doors. I love them and do not post enough of them. I like the bottom one more because there is a lot more detail. It feels like Main Street.

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