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Feb 06, 2012 04:06 |  #721

Some good recent stuff here!

sharrowm wrote in post #13830792 (external link)
Here's a B & W from the same day. I printed this one 40" wide. My online version doesn't do the printed version justice:

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Impressive -- I don't think I've ever seen a Rainier+skyline shot at night. What time of day was this, and how many shots did you combine? (Over what EV range?)

Printed at 40"... was this a panorama also?


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Feb 06, 2012 10:18 |  #722

tigerotor77w wrote in post #13833308 (external link)
Some good recent stuff here!

Impressive -- I don't think I've ever seen a Rainier+skyline shot at night. What time of day was this, and how many shots did you combine? (Over what EV range?)

Printed at 40"... was this a panorama also?

sharrowm: That's a fantastic b/w there. I bet the print is spectacular

tigerotor: This was shot on Saturday, around 5:50pm and used a CPL to get the color and lengthen the exposure a bit.

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Feb 06, 2012 14:37 |  #723

An Eagle has landed at the EagleCam, but my feed is garbled:(!


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Feb 06, 2012 14:38 |  #724

tonylong wrote in post #13833092 (external link)
Peter, at the Mount St. Helens "viewpoint" I was I belive 5 miles from the center of the crater. It really does have a lot of haze there!

The Mount Hood view was maybe 25 miles away or so, on a nice clear day!

Cool thanks...I have never been to St Helens.


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Feb 06, 2012 15:30 |  #725

tigerotor77w wrote in post #13833308 (external link)
Some good recent stuff here!

Impressive -- I don't think I've ever seen a Rainier+skyline shot at night. What time of day was this, and how many shots did you combine? (Over what EV range?)

Printed at 40"... was this a panorama also?

Thank you. The B & W version is not HDR. I processed the original image using Topaz and then converted the processed image to B & W. Here is the original topaz image (my wife likes this version better):

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I printed the B & W version on metallic paper and it looks amazing. The metallic paper makes it look like the lights are actually glowing!

The HDR (color) photo I posted with the B & W was 3 shots: -2, 0, +2 stops @ f14. Both the color & B & W shots were taken between 7 and 7:30pm in mid-February. We really lucked out. It was a rare clear February night in Seattle.

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Feb 06, 2012 15:34 |  #726

Snydremark wrote in post #13834464 (external link)
sharrowm: That's a fantastic b/w there. I bet the print is spectacular

tigerotor: This was shot on Saturday, around 5:50pm and used a CPL to get the color and lengthen the exposure a bit.

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Thank you. Not bad yourself! Looks like yours were taken from Kerry Park too?


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Feb 06, 2012 15:42 |  #727

Yup; probably about 20ft down the walkway from where you were, by the looks of it :)


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Feb 06, 2012 15:53 |  #728

tigerotor77w wrote in post #13833308 (external link)
Printed at 40"... was this a panorama also?

Oops! Missed this earlier. No, it is not a pany. It's a single frame cropped from my 5DII. Some folks complain that more pixels is not always better, but many times it is ;)


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Feb 06, 2012 18:41 as a reply to  @ sharrowm's post |  #729

Love the Seattle shots. Here's a lighthouse at Coquille River in Oregon.

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Feb 06, 2012 19:51 |  #730

Hey I lived in Coquille (the town)! It was almost 40 years ago!


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Feb 06, 2012 21:26 as a reply to  @ tonylong's post |  #731

sharrowm wrote in post #13836254 (external link)
Thank you. The B & W version is not HDR. I processed the original image using Topaz and then converted the processed image to B & W. Here is the original topaz image (my wife likes this version better):

QUOTED IMAGE

I printed the B & W version on metallic paper and it looks amazing. The metallic paper makes it look like the lights are actually glowing!

The HDR (color) photo I posted with the B & W was 3 shots: -2, 0, +2 stops @ f14. Both the color & B & W shots were taken between 7 and 7:30pm in mid-February. We really lucked out. It was a rare clear February night in Seattle.

Wow -- very nice. I've never been to Kerry Park when the visibility was that clear... all three times I've seen the mountain from there, it's been quite hazy. Ah well. One day!

Snydremark wrote in post #13834464 (external link)
sharrowm: That's a fantastic b/w there. I bet the print is spectacular

tigerotor: This was shot on Saturday, around 5:50pm and used a CPL to get the color and lengthen the exposure a bit.

QUOTED IMAGE
IMAGE LINK: http://www.flickr.com/​photos/snydremark/6821​039067/  (external link)
Seattle dusk-6367 (external link) by Guideon72 (external link), on Flickr

Awesome. A single exposure, too -- I'm really impressed that you can still see the mountain when it's that dark out. Geez I miss that mountain...


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Feb 07, 2012 00:49 |  #732

Shooter9 wrote in post #13837395 (external link)
Love the Seattle shots. Here's a lighthouse at Coquille River in Oregon.

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Wow beautiful shot.


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Feb 07, 2012 00:52 |  #733

Another pic of Mt Rainier.

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Feb 07, 2012 00:57 |  #734

The fishing pier in Marina Des Moines WA.

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Feb 07, 2012 01:19 |  #735

Peter2516 wrote in post #13839923 (external link)
The fishing pier in Marina Des Moines WA.

Clean, simple, good color...very nice.


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