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  • How this pic was taken?

    Hi All.

    First of all thank you Admin for accepting my membership. I came across this pic in a social network site.I wanna know how did the photographer blended the upper portion of Eiffel Tower with the sky. Is it some Photoshop trick or pure cam technique. I am a newbie in photography, so just curious to know about it.

    Thanks,

  • #2
    Hi - Please do your best not to post images that don't belong to you, though you're welcome to link to them... (See the mark on the image)

    The top of the tower is in fog, the lights are illuminating the fog, they've taken a photo with a shutter speed that lets the glow of those lights shine through.

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    • #3
      @Sime is right.

      The pic is quite awesome, but there is a "copyright" mark on it.
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      • #4
        tut tut naughty naughty

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        • #5
          I actually dont understand the issue here. OP didn't remove the copyright notice; he's asking how to do something similar. A link would be helpful (back to the source), but otherwise this seems fine to me.
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          • #6
            He could of linked to it, but not copied to a new website without the owners permission

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            • #7
              Don't post copyright content onto DPS - it will get you banned.

              Link to it, don't copy it and post it.

              This isn't open for discussion.

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