Labor Day 2014

My original intention was to shoot in the Arcade (a cool collection of shops and restaurants that stretches across a couple of blocks in downtown Nashville), but it was closed. I ended up just wandering around downtown for a couple of hours, and the following are the shots I liked best from the day’s trek. This is the door of a pawn shop on 3rd Avenue North:

Downtown Nashville
September 1, 2014

Gear: Sony A100 in manual mode, handheld
Settings: f/5.6, 1/25s, ISO 100, 18–70mm kit lens, 45mm
Processing: Minor adjustments in Adobe Camera Raw; converted to B&W in Photoshop Elements

This sign hangs in the alley that runs between the two sections of the Arcade:

Downtown Nashville
September 1, 2014

Gear: Sony A100 in manual mode, 18–70mm kit lens, handheld
Settings: f/10, 1/60s, ISO 100, 50mm
Processing: Minor adjustments in Adobe Camera Raw; shadows, highlights, and midtone contrast adjusted in Photoshop Elements

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