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Old Sep 6, 2014, 10:04 PM   #1
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And it's obvious now, the levels are indeed accurate..


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Old Sep 7, 2014, 1:58 AM   #2
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Indeed. I like the way it's composed with no apparent perspective distortion.
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Old Sep 7, 2014, 6:52 PM   #3
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I was impressed how everything looked so normal for being so wide. Some others I've tried handheld since "leveling" the levels, this area of Lee Park was just re-landscapped. It's a beautiful park used by many for environmental portraits..





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Real nice Greg! What is that first bridge? That's a real nice piece of architectural photography. I re-leveled mine over the weekend, I haven't gotten out yet but it was off a few marks horizontally.

P.s. the reflection in the water is a nice part of the composition.
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Nice shots Greg. What is the bridge in shot #1? Is it relatively new? I haven't been thru Dallas in several years, but I do not remember seeing anything like that.
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That is a relatively new bridge, designed by Santiago Calatrava. When they opened it, they turned the old Continental Street bridge into a pedestrian walkway and tied it to the new Trinity River park. It's a pretty neat place to go looking for stuff to shoot. Here's an image from under the new bridge with the Continental Street walkway/bridge to the far left.

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Lovely images. And that 7-14 can be a lot of fun.
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Awesome lens and very nice shots.
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