| Architecture | City | Night | Wide Angle |
Canon EOS 20D, Tokina 12-24mm f/4 AF Pro DX, 20s, f/8, ISO 400
|I was up late working so I haven't had a chance to pick out another photo from the Calgary Photobloggers' meet. Instead, I will just post this for today.
Today's post also happens to be the 100th post! Woo hoo! Thank you to everyone who takes the time to visit and leave comments! A lot of what you say gives me the motivation to go out and keep shooting as well as trying to come up with new ideas and improving on what I've learned so far! Thanks again!
|Comments: (11 in total)|
Sep 8, 2005 10:44 AM
Happy 100th! :-) This photo is beautiful... Care to share some info on the post processing?
Sep 8, 2005 11:41 AM
this perspective is simple amazing. well done!
Sep 8, 2005 12:23 PM
Lorien: Actually, little to no post processing was done on this! I think I just ran the image through Neat Image to see if there was any noticeable noise reduction (there wasn't) and resized it in Photoshop. The colour came from the street lights, as shown on my other wide angle bridge photo.
Sep 8, 2005 01:32 PM
nice angel. reminds me of black perl ;) happy 100th savy!
Sep 8, 2005 03:59 PM
happy 100th! very cool photo...i also thought it was post-processed!
Sep 8, 2005 04:21 PM
mm.... Thanks for the explanation, Derrick. I've chosed this photo for our "Photo of the Day" feature. Just love it :-)
Sep 8, 2005 05:41 PM
THIS IS AWESOME! I love it.- Congrats on 100.
Sep 8, 2005 07:01 PM
Yay! 100th post! This is the best photo for your 100th! I like this photo a lot. The colours of the structure and sky are so interesting. Nice composition too.
Happy shooting, mate!
Sep 9, 2005 08:09 AM
Congratulations on your 100th post. It's been nice to see the progression and improvement in your photos. I really like the perspective of this shot. I think you may have given me some inspiration.
Lady of the House
Sep 9, 2005 12:28 PM
Wow, happy 100th :) Here's to another wonderful 100 :)
Sep 11, 2005 01:30 PM
Congratulations! This one is pretty abstract. What is it?