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Old Feb 2, 2007, 8:42 PM   #1
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I work on the 27th floor of Metro Hall in downtown Toronto. Today I took my FZ30 in and shot some photos on a very dull day through the windows and I was surprised, given the lighting situations, etc., at how good they turned out!!!

The photos aren't great but they are better than I expected!!!
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Interesting shots, that last one in particular with that building on insect legs.

I think there is an issue with the White Balance, they are way too cool and have a blueish tinge. That is what mine look like when I do the same thing. Someone told me to look behind me yesterday and when I did, this is what I the FZ30 caught.



when I corrected the white balance, it was closer to what I saw

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Not bad for through the window, I like the building in the second shot and the rubik's cube(?) in the fifth and sixth shots. I took some shots through the window of a tour bus and the windows were tinted so they acted kind of like a polorizer and it worked well.
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WOW....I did not have anything like that come through my photos through the window!!! I did try to PP thing a bit.

I found out from one of the supervisor's that in the spring that peregrine falcons nest in the downtown area and they also have a webcam there. He had managed to catch a beautiful photo right outside his window (not the photosbelow-this is from another nature website and is just here to show you what the species of bird looks like) and I sure hope I have a chance like that!!! Not sure what to do about the bluish tinge. I did not use a polarizer as I did not bring it with me that day.

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