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Old Feb 17, 2014, 11:37 AM   #11
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Fantastic shots Marcelo
ALL of them
difficult to choose my favorite which one, but I REALLY LIKE No 3 and 7

thanks very much for sharing
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Old Feb 18, 2014, 3:32 PM   #12
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Thank you so much Fred, I'm glad you like it.

It was very cold but nice experience to shoot the park with a different environment.

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Old Feb 18, 2014, 7:49 PM   #13
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Great series. 7 and 8 are my favorites, the trees in #7 are almost other worldly.
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Thank you MacBook for the kind words, and yes 7 is a magical shot.
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Did you stop it closed very far to get the lights to look as they did in that beautiful shot #7? I tried to do something similar the other day but ran into the dreaded E-PL2 "Purple Spot" sensor issue.
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These are really great Macelo!

The exposure is perfect, almost looks like HDR on shots like 8 and 10, how did you manage to get the well lit interior exposed with out blowing out the outside?

I also really like the water scenes and the way you captured the steam/smoke coming off the tops of the buildings in 5 is just superb, great series and thanks for sharing as always!
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Old Feb 23, 2014, 12:20 PM   #17
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Did you stop it closed very far to get the lights to look as they did in that beautiful shot #7? I tried to do something similar the other day but ran into the dreaded E-PL2 "Purple Spot" sensor issue.
Hi Sammy, I used ISO 200 and an aperture of f/10 with the 9-18mm.The lights are not too strong and I think thats the reason I don't have the purple issue on this picture. I think this happen when you have a direct light that is hitting your lens like if you shoot directly to the sun.

I had some green lens flare on the picture but I changed the angle of the lens when I noticed the problem.

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These are really great Macelo!

The exposure is perfect, almost looks like HDR on shots like 8 and 10, how did you manage to get the well lit interior exposed with out blowing out the outside?

I also really like the water scenes and the way you captured the steam/smoke coming off the tops of the buildings in 5 is just superb, great series and thanks for sharing as always!
Thank you so much for the feedback ramcewan, any of those pictures are HDR.

I shoot those pictures at 11:00 PM and the park it was very dark, the sky looks blue because the full moon and the light inside the building is very dim and orange. The long exposure is only enhancing the available light I had at that moment.

I hope this answer your questions.
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