The North Bund
I may have started out learning photography much earlier with portraits, but once I recently started doing more landscape photography as well, I realized they're all really much the same. When I first started shooting landscapes, I found myself getting pickier and being a lot more particular about the shapes, lines, horizons, and subject matter in my photos to the point that I just might to some events and literally shoot only 9 or 10 photos. And that's typically only because I didn't feel the subject matter was interesting enough to me.
I shot this photo back in September of 2014 and actually reedited it twice because I had lost the high resolution version of the photo the first time and had to basically recreate it. Well as you may or may not have expected, I didn't even in the slightest bit try to replicate any part of the photo even though I had all the layers used from before. I figured it would be pretty interesting to reedit the photo while not looking at the old one that I processed in September just to see how much I've improved in my processing skills. Here, you be the judge! -- https://www.flickr.com/photos/43054805@N04/15304859311/.
The Bund in Shanghai is just an absolutely remarkable time machine that can make one feel removed from the twenty-first century just by walking down its alleyways. I shot this in the section of the old British Concessions and would always remember this very building every time I walk by it because of this photo. A wedding photographer actually was in the process of a photo-shoot right beside me so the classy-looking gent in the bottom left corner was the groom.