Just south of the Carmel Market thee are multiple little neighbourhoods that are as full of character as they are of history. I was out exploring the area that is border by Rabbi Meir Street and Hillel HaZaken St. and at every corner there was another interesting street vignette.
I thought this image was a good candidate for some digital painting. After processing the image in Lightroom I brought it into Photoshop and then used Topaz Impression to do the heavy lifting and finished it off in Nik ColorFX.
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I was strolling through the Carmel Market in Tel Aviv when I spotted these two people walking toward me. I waited until they passed, believing that I would have a much more compelling image as they walked away.
Would love to get your opinion on this image. I know its busy, with the parked cars, the buildings and electrical lines but I opted to leave it as is. It’s street photography and I wanted to depict the scene as I saw it. So what do you think? Leave it as is or should I clean
You may be wandering where I’ve disappeared too this time? I’m back in Israel and will be here for the next couple of weeks. If you’d like to follow along on the adventure you can do so by following me on Instagram or on Facebook. I’ll be posting there frequently.
Here’s a quick iPhone shot from today at the Carmel Market in Tel Aviv.
All edits done in Snapseed.