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Old Mar 28, 2010, 6:42 PM   #1
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Default Storm over St. Louis

Took this yesterday (saturday) when a storm was moving in. Since it was raining today, I decided to goof around with a 3 JPEG HDR PANO. The one I will keep is another version of this, but it is a 5 JPEG HDR with more light rays streaming down. In this version I converted the sky to B&W and played around with the limited DR.
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Looks like a really nice and dramatic painting - Stunning work!

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Good work, thanks for sharing.

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Wow. I love everything most especially the clouds.
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Thank you A.C..This is what this forum is all about - sharing...
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Thank you vvcarpio. It seems both of us like cityscapes. I never had very much luck shooting off the Eads bridge. Always liked the vantage point, but felt a Pano would do better justice to the scene vs wide angle. The double decker bridge creates problems. Merto link is rumbling through the lower part and vehicle traffic is on top. Wind is always an issue over the river and the railing on the bridge is pretty high, so basically the center post on my tripod is extended. Then you have the barge traffic and tree stumps flowing down the river. This limits the window for taking a series of photos.

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