One thing about summer in New Orleans, or anywhere else that is a semi tropical place, is the humidity. It really shows itself in the form of condensation in the early morning on glass objects of all kinds. Windows are great fun to photograph as well as anything that is located on the shadow side of a street. What isn’t fun is the transition time between leaving an air-conditioned place and acclimation in the wilds of nature. Eye glasses fog up, camera lenses and lcds fog up. I fog up. If you are smart, or have just learned from experience, you never change lenses until the camera and lens has been acclimated. And, you might consider keeping your gear in the trunk of your car, rather than keep it in the car as you drive from place to place.
So. This picture. It was made in The French Quarter on the downriver side of Bourbon Street in front of The Clover Grill. I don’t care what any of these new gourmet hamburger places say, they don’t hold a candle to a Clover Grill burger. Nothing special about the post production. Just a little fine tuning and amplifying.