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Old Apr 5, 2011, 10:37 PM   #11
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Nice set Marcelo. I like your perspective of the Chrysler bldg and the last one. but all worthy shots.
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It is hard to shoot bright sign, I find that if I ev down -2/3 to -1, and then recover the other parts of the photo in PP, that I can save some of the details of bright sign even at 8 seconds.
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Old Apr 5, 2011, 11:31 PM   #13
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It is hard to shoot bright sign, I find that if I ev down -2/3 to -1, and then recover the other parts of the photo in PP, that I can save some of the details of bright sign even at 8 seconds.
This is a nice tip, thank you...!

I'll try the next time.

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Oh my God, Mind Blowing and looks as if my own eyes are seeing it.
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Old Apr 6, 2011, 11:46 AM   #15
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Nice set Marcelo. I like your perspective of the Chrysler bldg and the last one. but all worthy shots.
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I saw these over at DPR and really liked them. The larger size here is better. You should post the others here too.
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Nice series, Marcelo! Excellent captures.
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Good shots!
Thank you, the first one actually is framed and hanging in my wall office.

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Dittos. #1 is my personal choice. Nice captures
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Hey Marcelo

I ahd a wee glimpse of the series when you posted them at DPR, and I'm with guys in that you should post the rest as well.

THose are some of the nicest night time pics of the NYC skyline I've seen so far with Oly E3 the composition is pretty spot on in all of them, the detail looks great and noise appears to be really under control although at those sizes I could be wrong. Hand held or a mix with Tripod/monopod ???

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Hey Marcelo

I ahd a wee glimpse of the series when you posted them at DPR, and I'm with guys in that you should post the rest as well.

THose are some of the nicest night time pics of the NYC skyline I've seen so far with Oly E3 the composition is pretty spot on in all of them, the detail looks great and noise appears to be really under control although at those sizes I could be wrong. Hand held or a mix with Tripod/monopod ???

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Thank you Harj, I'll start a new threat with the rest of the pictures and details of it.

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