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Old Sep 7, 2003, 6:50 PM   #1
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Veterans Stadium - Verrrrry early in the morning...




It's stitched and it's the best I could manage... I need to make sure I level the tripod next time... :|



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Old Sep 10, 2003, 2:09 AM   #2
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I think the first and the second ones are very cool. I think there is too much road in the third one...it takes up alot of the photograph

I am impressed with your nightime photographs. They are very clear and sharp. I especially like the star effect from the street lamps on the second one.
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Old Sep 10, 2003, 2:41 AM   #3
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Tusen Takk Soundengineer!

The star effect I got was just a pleasant effect from the prolonged exposure. I remember when I used to shoot with my old EOS Rebel that I had a filter that made that effect...

I agree on the business of the second. That was a construction photo and it's changed alot now. Also I've found better vantages to shoot that stadium from... With any luck I I might be able to add an update shot of Holmen Koln to my albums... I had one from a visit to Oslo a while back...
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Very nice indeed!

Maybe u have compressed them too much (the last one is 33K!) and I think we are missing some good details that are actually in your shots.
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Very nice indeed!

Maybe u have compressed them too much (the last one is 33K!) and I think we are missing some good details that are actually in your shots.
That's possible... You should follow the link to the actual gallery and see if the full size shot posted there is any better. I never really took too close of a look...
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Sorry MichaelE, I can reach this point :

http://eo.dyndns.info/albums/Stadiums

where I get a file-system dir content but I can't find the unresized version of IMG_0923.

Some help ?
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Old Sep 12, 2003, 2:39 PM   #7
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Sorry MichaelE, I can reach this point :

http://www.efamilynj.org/albums/Stadiums

where I get a file-system dir content but I can't find the unresized version of IMG_0923.

Some help ?
Hmmm that's odd... Try this:

http://www.efamilynj.org/gallery/Stadiums
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