Sunday, October 9, 2016

A West Berkeley ramble: 9 October 2016

The below photographs were taken with an iPhone 5 SE. The pictures were saved in the RAW image format. This capability became possible when Apple recently enabled newer iPhone cameras to save photo images in the RAW format. I used ProCam to process the photo images. ProCam is an app that takes advantage of the newly available RAW processing ability. Ok, that said, here are six RAW snaps I took in West Berkeley. The images were processed in Adobe Photoshop CS6.



This structure was a part of the California Ink Company. The building has been undergoing renovation for the last 4-5 years. Click the image to see the full-size photograph.
These storage containers are a part of the Berkeley Asphalt Company. Click the image to see the full-size photo.
This cement manufacturing facility is located between 6th Street and 5th Street. It is owned by the Cemex Concrete CompanyClick the image to see the full-size photograph.
This building was one of the 20+ buildings that were a part of the California Ink Company, which was in business between 1906 and 1978. The building has been renovated and is currently occupiedClick the image to see the full-size photo.
This is Picante Restauranteit is located on 6th Street. Click the image to see the full-size photograph.
There was a huge pile of dirt sitting at this location for the last 9-10 years. This 31-acre plot of land is now a part of McLaughin Eastshore State ParkClick the image to see the full-size photo.

“A camera is a tool for learning how to see without a camera.” -Dorothea Lange


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