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Downtown Condos

The building on the right is the same one that you saw in yesterday's post. Again, these were taken one evening when i went down to VisualVault's place to try to get some rooftop photos but we weren't able to arange it so we ended up on the ground floor ; )

All 'post' work was done in Olympus' RAW (.orf) editor. Raw file colours were managed in PhotoproRGB and converted to sRGB in photoshop for posting to the web.

-sL

Downtown Condos

The building on the right is the same one that you saw in yesterday's post. Again, these were taken one evening when i went down to VisualVault's place to try to get some rooftop photos but we weren't able to arange it so we ended up on the ground floor ; )

All 'post' work was done in Olympus' RAW (.orf) editor. Raw file colours were managed in PhotoproRGB and converted to sRGB in photoshop for posting to the web.

-sL

comments (2)

hey sl,

another terrific capture. i love the perspective and the way the angle truly highlights the curves in the building. terrific night shot...very crisp and vivid. well done. have a great weekend!
  • Ellie
  • United Kingdom
  • 11 Nov 2006, 23:22
I think this is really good.

I haven't yet tried to do night shots, but when I do I suspect I'll find I have a lot to learn. The colours are super, it's sharp and crisp I wouldn't have thought it was a 3 second exposure.

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aperture f/7.1
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