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Old Jan 31, 2010, 10:46 PM   #1
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Old Feb 1, 2010, 8:14 AM   #2
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Great perspective and depth to that shot, Hards80! I like it a lot.

Also, there seem to be a very 'grand' and classic front to that theater. Any chance we get to see that some day...?


BTW - Is that your Tokina 12-24 speaking....?
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Old Feb 1, 2010, 1:45 PM   #4
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Thanks Gary!

Walter, I will try to get down there in the daytime as well, its a very historic theatre here, its really impressive on the inside too.
-And yes this the Tokina 12-24 at F10, 15mm.
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Nice...very nice...I like nightscapes with light trails.

Where is this Fox Theater? I've been to one in Detroit, but it's been so long ago that I cannot tell if it is the same. If it was Detroit, glad you did not get mugged in that part of town
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Nice...very nice...I like nightscapes with light trails.

Where is this Fox Theater? I've been to one in Detroit, but it's been so long ago that I cannot tell if it is the same. If it was Detroit, glad you did not get mugged in that part of town
thanks jelpee, i too like the light trails, and had to wait for a car to pass to get them included. this was taken in St. Louis, and is in a part of town that I was comfortable walking around with several pieces of equipment
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Wow, this looks very nice! You've chosen a great angle to do this shot and the HDR came out really well - I haven't tried a night-HDR yet

The front is really amazing, but the "line-tower" that grows out of the building is a bit weird - what is this?
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Wow, this looks very nice! You've chosen a great angle to do this shot and the HDR came out really well - I haven't tried a night-HDR yet

The front is really amazing, but the "line-tower" that grows out of the building is a bit weird - what is this?
Thanks Maggo. Night HDR is a bit more cleanup afterwords to get the sky black, etc. but is rewarding and fun to do.

the "line tower" you see is a frame that usually has billboards for upcoming shows. unlucky for me, they were between billboards, so it looks a bit empty. i thought about cloning it out, but ended up leaving it.
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Thanks Maggo. Night HDR is a bit more cleanup afterwords to get the sky black, etc. but is rewarding and fun to do.

the "line tower" you see is a frame that usually has billboards for upcoming shows. unlucky for me, they were between billboards, so it looks a bit empty. i thought about cloning it out, but ended up leaving it.
OK, thank you for the information - I was really wondering what this could be
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