A night in downtown

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  1. cpelsy2k1

    cpelsy2k1 TPF Noob!

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    Friday night was perfect for pictures in upstate NY so Skiboarder72 and I went out to downtown Rochester to capture the city. Here are my results...

    1) Facing North on the Genesee River (if you look closely in the background you'll see the Genesee Brewery)
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    Shot with Canon EOS 30D at 2008-02-24

    2) Part of the Rochester Skyline
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    3) The "lego" building
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    4) A stone block and the building 1
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    5) A stone block and the building 2
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    6) Old Glory in the background
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    7) In and out of focus
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    8) One of the hotels downtown on the river
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    9) Just a typical downtown scene at night
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    10) The bridge across Main Street
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    11) Bridge across Main Street 2
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    12) Bridge across Main Street 3
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    Shot with Canon EOS 30D at 2008-02-24
     
  2. THORHAMMER

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    #1 for me !!

    all very interesting.
     
  3. XE_Nerd

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    I like bridge number 3 the most out of the bridge shots, but i think it might look better if you didn't have the rail in the picture that is in front of the camera. maybe stick the lens through it or have it over it just a little closer to the bridge.
     
  4. skiboarder72

    skiboarder72 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    #1 and 2 for me... one is interesting and 2 just leads your eye down the path then up the building, the others are a little cluttered... mainly the last three, try stopping down your lens and upping the shutter next time, then you can get the starbursts around the lights, your starting to get the hang of it now!

    next time we should go take some pictures of some animals... close up, with a wide angle lens :)
     

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