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Mar 10, 2009 20:01 |  #1

A 50mm full frame peek.

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Mar 10, 2009 20:09 |  #2

Nice



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Mar 10, 2009 22:32 |  #3

Very nice.


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Mar 11, 2009 00:28 as a reply to  @ Chicle's post |  #4

It's not a real reflection, right?


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Mar 11, 2009 02:24 |  #5

yes, its fake.


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Mar 11, 2009 02:27 |  #6

I say the reflection is real...

The shot could stand a little USM however.


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Mar 11, 2009 07:30 |  #7

It's real. Other than a slight WB change, its straight out of the camera.



  
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Mar 11, 2009 11:08 |  #8

this past monday i was driving down by the river at sunset and the water was like glass, like in your shot here, i was so upset that i didnt have my camera as i wanted to catch the reflections just like this but with the sunset

this is a nice shot, its too bad there is the glaring light on the middle left.. we need to call up detroit and tell them to turn it off so we can shoot the skyline!


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Mar 11, 2009 11:18 |  #9

Nice work Shasta. Don't change a thing! Print, frame, hang, enjoy.

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Mar 11, 2009 11:34 |  #10

Well as pointed out by another photographer, taking shots such as these with cloud coverage is shooting on a fine line and tends to blow out city lights but I prefer a sky and clouds. I just have to learn to bracket my shots and learn to blend them correctly in Photoshop to get the both of best worlds. I have loads to learn yet. I appreciate all the feedback.

I'm actually quite surprised how it looks because there was tons of ice flows going by but there was no wind.



  
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Mar 11, 2009 11:40 |  #11

Shasta wrote in post #7500863 (external link)
It's real. Other than a slight WB change, its straight out of the camera.

Neener .. Neener .. Neener!! :lol:

That's really, really nice. It almost makes me miss the old home town...

Almost...

<Go Wings!>


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Mar 11, 2009 18:58 |  #12

Nice shot, tilts to the right some though.


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Mar 11, 2009 19:04 |  #13

FlyingPhotog wrote in post #7502268 (external link)
Neener .. Neener .. Neener!! :lol:

That's really, really nice. It almost makes me miss the old home town...

Almost...

<Go Wings!>

I did not know you were from (here)......... no wonder why your have a sick sense of humor! :)

I was on the Detroit side Sat am shooting for client and while I was there I captured the ice flows going down river............where is your ice? Is it gone now?


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Mar 11, 2009 19:05 |  #14

troyer16 wrote in post #7505195 (external link)
Nice shot, tilts to the right some though.

optical illusion.


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Mar 11, 2009 19:13 |  #15

Funny I always thought Detroit lean to the left a little :)


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