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Old 23rd of July 2013 (Tue)   #1
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Default Seattle Skyline Panorama

This is my first ever panorama attempt. Please let me know what you think!
If I could have avoided the trees as a whole, I would have. Kerry park is a beautiful place to shoot the skyline, but the trees are inevitable.


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Default Re: Seattle Skyline Panorama

very nice, good work
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I wish I knew about this angle about 2 weeks ago. I was in Seattle on business and has some spare time later at night. Nice thing is the sun doesn't set until about 9pm so there's plenty of light in the summer.
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I wish I knew about this angle about 2 weeks ago. I was in Seattle on business and has some spare time later at night. Nice thing is the sun doesn't set until about 9pm so there's plenty of light in the summer.
Wish you would have know about it too. This is my go to spot when I am unsure where to go to shoot the skyline. This is by far the best spot shooting South. If you want to shoot North, Beacon Hill is probably the best angle. The late light in the summer is also a plus! It is pretty much the only time of the year that you can consistently see Rainier in the distance too! All other times are overcast for the most part, give or take a few random clear days.
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Its a gorgeous shot....love the evening light.

You might also consider the bridge over off of Magnolia. Its popular for moonrise shots and something different than Kerry Park. Officially its Garfield street and where it crosses Smith Cove Park.
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Its a gorgeous shot....love the evening light.

You might also consider the bridge over off of Magnolia. Its popular for moonrise shots and something different than Kerry Park. Officially its Garfield street and where it crosses Smith Cove Park.
Awesome recommendation! Ill definitely check this place out.
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Very Nice. I love that city.
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oh wow! nice, which lens did you use here?
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oh wow! nice, which lens did you use here?
My 24-105
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