My photos of eiffel tower

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  1. goldensea80

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    The first one, shot from far distance, one shot:

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    The second, closer, merged from two shots:
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    The last one, very close to the tower, 3 (or 4?) shots to get all the tower!
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    Is that cool:sexywink:
     
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    Nicely done! I think my fave is the second one, with the bridge and water in the shot and the really cool clouds.
     
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    Nice shots. I agree with Antarctican -- the other elements of #2 make it really stand out in my mind.
     
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    Damn... When I went, I was with a group, thus there was no freedom... I would have loved to be able to find better angles.

    Good shots, though
     
  5. goldensea80

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    Thanks, but my most difficult shot is the 3rd. I had to take almost 90 degree shot. Although it doesn't look good in small image, I really like it when view the full site,

    Hehe, that situation was similier to mine, I went with my groups of friends who has been in Paris in Paris for several years so that they are not interested much in things here. I had to stop and take some shot and then ran after them :D
     
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    the 2nd and the 3rd are great. great shots, great framing.
    i don't like the first one because of the over exposure. too much light. the framing is good in the first one too.

    good luck
     
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    nice photos, 2 is my fav

    i got a photo very similar to 3, but there is leaves on the trees and there on the left side! ;)
     
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    Awesome job! I can't even find your horizon lines. The photos look great!
     
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    It was in the middle of noon and that 's too shiny. I tried hard but unable to get the right exposure :(
    By the way, my Camera was just the Olympus C725.
     
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    i apologize for the misspelling, it caused by the speed with which i was writing.
    I have rectified the message.

    You have a pretty good camera, as I can see (8x optical zoom).

    If you would have focused on the sky on auto, you'll have now a better pic (with low exposure, but that could be corrected), or.. the best way, manual: a smaller apperture (f/8 maybe), a smaller ISO, a lower exposure...
     
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    what do you mean by you merged the shots how does that work?
     
  12. goldensea80

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    I meant the panorama features of some cameras, it allow you shot a sequence of photos then use the software to connect them together to make the big one,

    I remember that when I focus on the sky near the sun, then the sky far from the sun will bee too dark (because I keep the exposure looked to keep the panarama connecting smooth)
    Edit: Oh, sorry, I am talking about the "Paris corner" photo on my sig!
     

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