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Palacio de Generalife, Granada, Spain (1984-06-11 0046_01)

11 Jun 1984

Granada, Andalusia, Spain

Pentax MX with an SMC-Pentax 50mm / f:1.4

Fujichrome 100 (Exposure not recorded)

The Palacio de Generalife was the summer palace of the Nasrid rulers of the Emirate of Granada. The Arabic name was Jannat al-‘Arīf, meaning “Architect’s Garden”. It was built during the reign of Muhammed II (1273-1302), Sultan of Granada, and Muhammed III (1302–1309).

Editing was done with Luminar Flex 1.1. I use the Develop filter to raise the color temperature and contrast, open up the shadows and decrease the exposure a bit. Next I added Accent AI, Polarizing, Golden Hour and Soft Focus (#1) filters and used the Tone filter to increase the SmartTone. I used the Structure filter to bring out a little detail and the HSL filter to lower the brightness of the greens and yellows and raise the brightness in the reds.

© 1984 Gary J. Sibio. All rights reserved.

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Written by Gary J Sibio