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Sep 1, 2012 19:51:21   #
LoneRangeFinder Loc: Left field
 
Portland Oregon



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Sep 8, 2012 03:43:37   #
jazzplayer
 
Wow! Yes, that's one you really must Download to fully appreciate. Perfect shot.

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Sep 9, 2012 02:59:32   #
Dback4430 Loc: Lockport Il
 
Very Nice shot , thanks for sharing

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Sep 9, 2012 09:22:25   #
Bret Loc: Dayton Ohio
 
Here's one I got awhile back.

Metro park right in the middle of town.
Metro park right in the middle of town....

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Sep 15, 2012 11:02:32   #
RocketScientist Loc: Littleton, Colorado
 
Denver, Colorado
The first is at Washington Park ISO 400, 30 Sec, F14, NiftyFifty (1988 version)
The second is on the tracks near Florida & S Platte River Drive. ISO 400, 30 Sec, F11 same lens.
Both on a T1i
The third was at Washington Park. I heard fireworks go off and pulled over. At the small pond with the Rebel XS, ISO 400, 13 Sec F11. This was the first day with a Tokina 19-35mm inexpensive lens.

Small pond and Pavilion
Small pond and Pavilion...

Caution - Don't stop on tracks
Caution - Don't stop on tracks...

Heard Fireworks, pulled over at Washington Park
Heard Fireworks, pulled over at Washington Park...

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Sep 16, 2012 13:36:15   #
OddJobber Loc: Portland, OR
 
LoneRangeFinder wrote:
Portland Oregon


I see you're also in the Rose City, and that's my favorite bridge. Do you recall where you shot from?

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Sep 16, 2012 14:33:40   #
LoneRangeFinder Loc: Left field
 
OddJobber wrote:
LoneRangeFinder wrote:
Portland Oregon


I see you're also in the Rose City, and that's my favorite bridge. Do you recall where you shot from?


Yes. I parked in the OMSI lot and walked toward the bridge on the bike/pedestrian path, and then down on the rocks closer to the river.

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Sep 16, 2012 14:56:03   #
OddJobber Loc: Portland, OR
 
Thanks. I can find that!

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Sep 16, 2012 15:02:44   #
LoneRangeFinder Loc: Left field
 
I'm going to go back for a redo, when there are some clouds to create more interest in the sky. It may be that a sunrise would work better. Problem is, I'm usually at work! A lot of the building are no longer lit at night, so you have to pick some shorter days AND get the weather to cooperate. Timing is all!

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Sep 16, 2012 16:26:38   #
OddJobber Loc: Portland, OR
 
I'd try sunrise/early morning. This one is shot from the other direction in afternoon sun. From your vantage point, you might be able to catch the orange and green of the bridge in early light.

Under the Hawthorne
Under the Hawthorne...

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Jan 20, 2013 17:44:55   #
corryhully Loc: liverpool uk
 
liverpool skyline from the wirral 30 second exposure with a b&w 10 stop.



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Jan 21, 2013 06:40:50   #
andrew.haysom Loc: Melbourne, Australia
 
Melbourne, Australia

Melbourne city skyline and Princes Bridge
Melbourne city skyline and Princes Bridge...

Melbourne Southbank across the Yarra River
Melbourne Southbank across the Yarra River...

Melbourne Docklands and Westgate Bridge
Melbourne Docklands and Westgate Bridge...

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Jan 21, 2013 10:43:08   #
LoneRangeFinder Loc: Left field
 
andrew.haysom wrote:
Melbourne, Australia


Absolutely top-notch. I love the quality of light you capture.

One day I'll have the good fortune to visit your beautiful country. From what I've seen on UHH, there's just too much to see. I would need at least a month.

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Jan 29, 2013 12:16:48   #
heyrob Loc: Western Washington
 
I took this several years ago, before I learned of HDR. Most everything looks good, except I dislike the brown snow.

Leavenworth, WA @ Christmas
Leavenworth, WA @ Christmas...

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Jan 30, 2013 21:01:08   #
LoneRangeFinder Loc: Left field
 
heyrob wrote:
I took this several years ago, before I learned of HDR. Most everything looks good, except I dislike the brown snow.


Whites are tough in HDR. I would suggest picking the brains of Peter Conkerwood and Andrew Haysom on the HDR UHH forum. They are both extremely knowledgeable and willing to (kindly) critique HDR images. They will have specific suggestions about how to clean up "dirty snow".

Oh and by the way, they produce wonderful images...

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