Door at Georis Winery

Marty CohenArchitecture, Carmel Valley7 Comments

Door at Georis Winery

Door in the courtyard of Georis Winery Carmel Valley

(To see the most detail in this image, click on it to enlarge it!)

I have a new camera and lens, a Canon 6D with a Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L lens. It’s really the camera I’ve been dreaming of having, so I was excited to be able to go out and test it. This is my first real test image taken with the new camera. It really takes very sharp beautiful images and I like how this test photo came out. I did do some work on it in Photoshop, but only some minor enhancements.

One of the locations I’ve been wanting to go shoot is the courtyard that’s part of the Goeris Winery in Carmel Valley Village. It’s a beautiful space with some great old wooden doors and stone and brick walls. I’m really happy with this first real test and look forward to getting out to experiment more very soon.

For those who are interested in the camera settings, Canon 6D, Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L lens at 73mm, 1/100 sec at f/13 ISO 1250 (this camera has built in noise reduction so I can now use very high ISO setting in low light with little to no noise in the image).

7 Comments on “Door at Georis Winery”

  1. Nice image. Great texture on the wood of the door and contrast to the stone & brick work. Is the wine that “velvety/”

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