Dallas Skyline

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  1. ShutteredEye

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    From last night:

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  2. danny

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    Great shots! I miss the view, but not the traffic. Lived in Farmersville, TX for 10 years. Worked in east Dallas at the corner of I-30 & Jim Miller road. I've flown over Mansfield several times back in the early 80's when I was learning to fly. Took all my training in Mesquite. Now I'm a mountainlander here in the hills of Virginia!
     
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    Really like the shots, nice job! I keep thinking about running around there at night for some photos, but I haven't done it yet...
     
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    sweet. Dallas has a great skyline. skylines are probably my favorite photographic subject
     
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    I really like these. 3 and 4 are amazing!
     
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    Like the very last two pictures, very good~ :)
     
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    Great shots; I especially like the last two. Might I ask what setting you were using for the last two?
     
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    love the last 2
     
  9. ShutteredEye

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    Thanks everyone, it was a fun shoot.

    The first of the last two was at ISO1600, 4", F22.
    The second was at ISO200, 10", F22.

    The second has extensive cloning done in PS to remove a radio tower, power lines, and reconstruct the lights on the green building.
     
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    Neat shots, love the skyline shots... Srini RR
     
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    Sweet! Great shots Robert!
     
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    These are stunning. Really really!
     

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