Photographer's Note

A view of Montreal (if you are from Montreal you can help me, I don't remember the name of the church). Montreal is original in this sense, IMHO: you can actually find "old" architecture, dating back to 16-17th century, being similar to an european city in that, but with a strong difference: those buildings are surrounded by mirror-finished skyscrapers. A strange assembly, a bit "suffocating" maybe, which one may like or dislike (I hope it is enough clear that I'm part of the first case). Here is one example of this architectural contrast.

Technical: due to the bad weather, I had troubles with contrast and saturation. The use of a contrast mask helped me to near the levels of the reflecting skyscraper and the dark church. Resized and slightly sharpened.

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Additional Photos by Marko Germani (markogts) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 307 W: 144 N: 220] (1130)
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