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MikeV Jan 25, 2004 2:39 AM

Montreal at Night
 
Here is a pan and the best close up from July, 2003 from
Mont Roya, taken with my Olympus C-2100l. F/2.8 and
only 1.6 second exposure, the whole thing would have
been easier if I had a tripod!

http://members.verizon.net/verrilli/...lnightpan1.jpg

http://members.verizon.net/verrilli/montrealnight1.jpg

brtsergio Jan 25, 2004 7:53 AM

Well, my browser (I.E.6) looks like having problems showing the full picture : everything is scrambled up.
I accessed the image directly and still have problems : i can only see it in a reduced version.

However, it looks good.

1.6 secs without a tripod ? Have u put your cam on a wall or have u held it in your hands ? If so, my compliments : I could not be so steady.

ohenry Jan 25, 2004 8:59 AM

Yes, a tripod would have produced a wonderful shot here.

MikeV Jan 25, 2004 3:09 PM

Yeah, I rested it on the wall while taking the shot. The grayed out area on the left of the panorama with the title and my name is actually covering up the edge of it.

brtsergio,
Internet Exlplorer automatically resizes images to fit the window. If you hover the mouse over the image for a couple seconds, a button will appear in the lower right which you can click to view the image in full size. You can also turn it off by going to Tools>Internet Options, and under the Advanced tab go to the "Multimedia" section and uncheck "Enable Automatic Image Resizing."


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