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    Default Anchorage

    While I was waiting on the lights, thought I would try some "city scape" shots. Enjoy. EricL
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    Gorgeous shot Eric! Where was this taken from?
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    That was taken from that little parking lot between Earthquake Park and Point Wazarnof. That probably isn't spelled correctly!! EricL

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    Very nice work. Should be able to sell that. Good pics to both of you.l

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    Nice!


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    Very nice photo.

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    Default Excellent photograph

    Very nice, nice nice.!! I would have cropped out much of the blank dark sky and just a little bit on the bottom.

    Stunning photograph for sure. What was your exposure time ?

    DID YOU KNOW? that if you closed your lens, you can create star like points fromt the lights ?

    or you can use a cross filter, or make your own using screeninig from a window.

    Excellent photograph!

    I am 100% positive that if you approached some of those "building" and business' that are visible, that sales could me made of that, for sure for sure.!!

    Good luck!

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    The settings were 200 ISO, f/4.5, 6 second exposure at 135mm.

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    Default Well if opportunity presents itself.

    Take the same shot again

    1 minute @ f22


    then compare the two images!

    I sure hope you post them side by side. to show the difference


    Lens shut is how I take 90% of my photos when I am on a tripod.

    The results are instantly noticable in many different ways.

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    nice image ....well done

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