Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Kirk Hinrich, Jul 23, 2007.
i dont like the exposure, but its still i cool pic i think
Still kinda like the shot but...
Northerly Island > that
yeah im gonna head out there tomorrow probably
great pic dude
edited it a bick
reminds me of that picture tomash whores.
i dont know if the time on your camera is set right, but i assume this was taken in the afternoon?
if so, try it again at sunrise/sunset with the sun on camera left.
also maybe crop out the to poles in the lower left.
also thinking this spot would make very nice twlight pictures. time it so the sky and the city lights will both be within your expouser range. you should get a nice reflection on the water.
very nice panos guys.
i've decided i like it best as BW
im gonna wake up before dawn one of these days and get a good color one
i like the perspective of the steps
yeah i think thats the only thing that makes it interesting
ok, its 5 am here and i cant sleep
im gonna head out to the beach in a few minutes here and try to get some good sunrise shots
its a little overcase but im hoping the clouds will burn off soon
I'd also try two exposures. Take one just as the sun goes down then take the second about 30-45 minutes later once the ground is darker and there are more lights on in the buildings. Use the sky from the first shot and the buildings/foreground from the second.
Like this but without the third exposure: http://forrestcroce.com/Photos/KerryParkNightSkyline.html
Better. Something about the black and white makes it pop better. Maybe cause there weren't any vibrant colors to begin with? The crop looks good too.
how do people take panaromic shots? it is just the cropping work?
you stitch 2+ pictures together on the computer using like Photoshop or PTgui
where is the update?
He fell asleep
what program did you use to stitch those?
i can be done in photoshop... or I think canon has a photo stitch program?
Photoshop can or i use a program called PTGui
My most recent skyline