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Old Dec 10, 2014, 12:24 PM   #11
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Alan, those are really nice pictures..!!

I am very impressed with the 1st shot, at ISO 3200 looks very sharp and noise free.

The second shot is my favorite but the composition on the 3rd one is great, provably a little over processed.

Thank you for sharing.

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Old Dec 10, 2014, 4:14 PM   #12
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Here is my attempt at the Space Needle from this summer. Panasonic 25, F 3.5, ISO 1600, 1/25.



I think yours has some nicer detail around the ring, and my sky isn't as dark. Might be the weather and time, or maybe I exposed it poorly. I took some photos a few years ago from the needle with my EPL1, but they aren't on this computer.
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And the third shot is great. Was Ranier visible? I'm assuming not, since that should would be panned over to the right
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Love your Needle shot. Great minds think alike.

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And the third shot is great. Was Ranier visible? I'm assuming not, since that should would be panned over to the right
Man, you remember your geography. Here's a shot prior to darkness in which you can see Mt. Ranier.
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Old Dec 10, 2014, 7:53 PM   #15
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Alan, those are really nice pictures..!!

I am very impressed with the 1st shot, at ISO 3200 looks very sharp and noise free.

The second shot is my favorite but the composition on the 3rd one is great, provably a little over processed.

Thank you for sharing.

Marcelo
Thanks Marcelo. It means a lot coming from a low-light city shooter such as yourself.
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Old Dec 10, 2014, 7:58 PM   #16
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Nice!
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Love your Needle shot. Great minds think alike.



Man, you remember your geography. Here's a shot prior to darkness in which you can see Mt. Ranier.
wow that is stunning!
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EXCELLENT shots
the needle and the picture of Seattle and Mt Rainer
are fantastic
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Flipping through found another angle on the Needle.
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Flipping through found another angle on the Needle.
I really like that one.
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