When I was in South Korea visiting my daughter, she told us about Gamcheon Cultural Village and said it would be a great place to go and spend some time.
So away we went on the subway, and then we climbed a hill and found ourselves in Gamcheon. It is a very colorful village on the sides of some hills, and is replete with works of art that adorn pretty much everything from walls to buildings. And the colors of the buildings were just beautiful.
So we climbed to the top of the closest hill and there was an observation deck. And I took this photograph (among others) from the deck. Everywhere down into the valley were just brightly painted homes that were just beautiful on that cold December morning.
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I took the photograph with a Sony A7RII with a Metabones adapter with a Tamron 24-70mm f/2.8 SP VC USD lens with a focal length of 70mm. The exposure for the photograph was f/14 and taken at 1/60 of a second at ISO 100. I processed the photograph in Lightroom adjusting for lens correction, cropping, and adjusting both black and white point as well as vibrance and clarity. I did send it to Photoshop so I could create a TIFF file.
If you wish to purchase a print of this photograph, head over to my page at my Fine Art America website and see the sizes and options for prints, such as paper, or canvas wraps, or acrylic, or metal, or just about anything else available to you.
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