Taken from the Belle Isle pedestrian bridge a long time ago. It was cold outside.
Two takes on a really old photo; I cropped it to the original ratio to make the composition stronger, then converted to black and white and tinted it a coppery color…and then I was experimenting with filters and used the Midnight one to achieve the result on the right.
Well, it’s more like two and a half photos stitched together rather than three after I cropped it, but it’s still a panorama.
This is why you should never, never have no filing system for your work. I’m literally at 2014 in sorting through my files in terms of what’s worth keeping and what’s not (for perspective, I started doing digital photography around 2008), and somehow this panorama found itself saved in a directory with Bryan Park’s azalea gardens. Workflow’s important, children. Also learn Adobe Lightroom, the sooner the better.