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    Default I love the city!

    Hey all, these are my first cityscape photos. I was up for a good while until the wee hours of the morning because I was so hyped up from taking these pictures and editing them lol

    My Brooklyn Bridge

    Manhattan from Brooklyn

    I used a 20 second exposure on the Brooklyn bridge pic and a 30 second exp on the cityscape at f/14. 35mm, ISO 200 both taken around 11pm so it was dark out.
    I used a canon 7D with kit lens EF28-135mm.

    For the Brooklyn Bridge pic i used a gradient with transparency and added a purplish color and used the dodge tool for the bridge to bring out some detail. For the cityscape it was a failed attempt at HDR. It didnt come out exactly how I wanted but i still loved how it came out.
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    What lens did you use?18mm-135mm
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    Nice pictures. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by christopher88 View Post
    What lens did you use?18mm-135mm
    Hey sorry I added the lens just now its 28-135

    And thanks happy to hear you like them :-)

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    Really nice job. Gosh, how I miss NY and the view from Brooklyn.
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    Very nice pics. I wish I had a cityscape like that to shoot. Here we have about 2 buildings that aren't even close to skyscrapers.
    Very nicely done.
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    Nice .

    I'll try tooo

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    Very beautiful pictures. Nothing even remotely close to that gorgeous around here. Nice job!
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    nice shot.. btw, did you use star filter?

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