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Apr 11, 2009 09:31 |  #1

Here are a couple shots I took yesterday at the Mississippi river in the old mill district of Minneapolis. There are some foundation ruins of the old flour mills in the foreground of both shots that were built between 1859 - 1890's. The buildings in the background are mills and warehouses from the early 1900's that were converted to condominiums a few years ago.

Both images are the result of blending three bracketed exposures.

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Apr 11, 2009 21:56 |  #2

Nice shots. I like the composition. Did you blend these manually?




  
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Apr 12, 2009 06:34 |  #3

garibaldi wrote in post #7712538 (external link)
Nice shots. I like the composition. Did you blend these manually?

Thanks. I used the Enfuse plugin for lightroom. Each shot was composed from 3 bracketed RAW files. I should have shot an additional exposure for #2 to expose the sun/sky a little better but I was eyeing a police officer rolling towards me and got distracted.


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