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    Quote Originally Posted by zmikers View Post
    I posted this in the lights at night thread as well. Sorry for the double post. This is the view of the tallest building in the world from my living room and front balcony. Any comments or suggestions?
    I think the crop is great. You might want to try taking the shot just 1/2 hr or so after sundown, to get more colors, as in the night shot in this post: http://www.dcresource.com/forums/sho...ect#post184748

    Try your hand at a stitched panorama. For me, it was exciting to be able to "zoom in" so far on a specific building, on-screen. Great work!
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    Quote Originally Posted by toriaj View Post
    I think the crop is great. You might want to try taking the shot just 1/2 hr or so after sundown, to get more colors, as in the night shot in this post: http://www.dcresource.com/forums/sho...ect#post184748

    Try your hand at a stitched panorama. For me, it was exciting to be able to "zoom in" so far on a specific building, on-screen. Great work!
    I really want to try a stitched panorama, but over here, really clear days only happen after a storm so I'm just patiently waiting for the next super clear day.

    As for a 1/2 hour just after sundown, I'll give it a try but it will be more of a sunset shot with a black skyline as the view from my flat is facing due west, but that could make for a great panorama shot as well. Thank you so much for the tips Toriaj.

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    New-Year railway station "Jugny vokzal" 11 shots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zmikers View Post
    As for a 1/2 hour just after sundown, I'll give it a try but it will be more of a sunset shot with a black skyline as the view from my
    flat is facing due west, but that could make for a great panorama shot as well.
    FWIW, some of the most fun I've had is hiking/driving all around, finding new and better locations from which to take pictures of my subject.
    If I were shooting your subject, I would probably try to get into a tall building on the edge of the city, with windows overlooking it,
    and take the picture from there.

    I drove way out past the town onto a hill, then hiked for 15 minutes through the snow next to the railroad tracks to get to this location.
    It was great! Another time, I might try to get further to the right in the frame to reduce the downward slant of the cliffs.

    What do you think of this shot?
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    Quote Originally Posted by toriaj View Post
    FWIW, some of the most fun I've had is hiking/driving all around, finding new and better locations from which to take pictures of my subject.
    If I were shooting your subject, I would probably try to get into a tall building on the edge of the city, with windows overlooking it,
    and take the picture from there.

    I drove way out past the town onto a hill, then hiked for 15 minutes through the snow next to the railroad tracks to get to this location.
    It was great! Another time, I might try to get further to the right in the frame to reduce the downward slant of the cliffs.

    What do you think of this shot?
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    LOL.......I know I know, just being extremely lazy! I will give it a try and post some results. Thanks for the tip, or should I say thanks for the push out my front door. Great shot by the way! Love the rolling hills. I really like how you compused it, less emphasis on the sky and more on the hills. Nice one. If you get it from another vantage point, post the results!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kushnirenko View Post
    New-Year railway station "Jugny vokzal" 11 shots.
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    Great panorama, Kushnirenko. The spheres you posted are really cool. Does PTGUI stitch it, or do you need special plugins to get results like that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by toriaj View Post
    FWIW, some of the most fun I've had is hiking/driving all around, finding new and better locations from which to take pictures of my subject.
    If I were shooting your subject, I would probably try to get into a tall building on the edge of the city, with windows overlooking it,
    and take the picture from there.

    I drove way out past the town onto a hill, then hiked for 15 minutes through the snow next to the railroad tracks to get to this location.
    It was great! Another time, I might try to get further to the right in the frame to reduce the downward slant of the cliffs.

    What do you think of this shot?
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    Toriaj, great panorama, its a lovely view and the colours come out great. Perhaps the result might have been better had there been more of a foreground in the picture, to add more depth to the result.
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    // Kiron 105 f/2.8 Macro....// Manfrotto 190XPROB + 488RC4
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