Minneapolis At Night

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  1. uberben

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    I went out to get some night shots tonight and this is one of the better ones. This photo was taken with a 20d tokina 12-24 combo

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    Focal length: 12.0mm
    Exposure time: 25.000 s
    Aperture: f/18.0
    ISO equiv.: 100
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    looks nice, minneapolis is such a beautiful city. I can't wait to go there again.
     
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    I wish I had anything big enough in my near surroundings that would offer me the LIGHTS for nighttime photography. But only so little is to be had. :( I can tell by your photo here, Ben, that nighttime photography can be SUCH fun and bring about such good results ... if only there is enough light.
     
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    Like it!!
     
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    I like it alot, good job putting the cars there.
     
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    I was pretty tired after dragging them across the street to that spot :lmao: Thanks for the great comments everyone. I was pretty happy with how it turned out compositionally and the lighting is close to what I had envisioned.

    Only bummer about the night was when i got home to edit them...I realized that I had been monkeying with the quality settings the night before and forgot to change it back to Raw+Large JPEG and it was set at Small Jpeg. :grumpy: So looks llike i'm going to back and recreating that moment sometime later.
     
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    That's a beauty of a shot.
     
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    great shot ben, bummer about the low-jpg, but the lighting on that building is awesome. well captured. :thumbup:
     
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    nice lighting, very sharp, well done
     

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