Here’s a quick tip for removing metadata in Photoshop. When you get your image ready for export click on File in the top menu and select Save for Web & Devices…. From here a new dialog box will open giving you options on the type of file you’d like to export, quality settings, color profile and yes, a metadata removal option. After you get the setting you like, Click save and your done.
All Pictures in this post were taken with a Canon 40D using the Canon 10-22 EF lens.
The Bishop’s Palace HDR was taken with three exposures at EV 2,0,-2 and tone mapped with Photomatix. The clouds were layered in from another picture I took. The Palace also needed some lens correction to compensate for the angle the original picture was taken at.
I had to crop this image in some as it was taken from inside my car. The HDR still came out well considering the three exposures were hand held.
I think photos like this are kind of amusing. You see a lot of pictures similar to this turning something boring really dramatic.
Found these Pelicans just hanging out on the back of an old beat-up fishing boat. The Pelicans couldn’t care less that I was there and let me get pretty close. The deck was literally covered in bird droppings. I don’t think this boat is used very often.
You just don’t see too many of this type of phone booth anymore, at least not in Texas. It’s too bad the actual phone on the inside is a modern one.