since I'm not a landscape photog (56k?!)

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  1. doxx

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    a few NY cityscapes

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    They all seem extraordinarily sharp to me. What kind of camera/lens were you using?

    Nice.
     
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    Canon 10D with a Sigma 15-30mm. I usually resize my images for internet use in a few steps - downsample - sharpen - downsample - sharpen. Photoshop actions come in very handy...
     
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    UHmmmmm? :shock:

    Pic number one! How did you get this shot? Laying in the road or intersection! Very nice! But have you playing in traffic again?
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    All of these are great! I love all of the colours! :D
     
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    speaking of playing in the streets - one day I was adjusting my camera, crossing the street without paying attention. Honking horns finally woke me up... :shock: Glad the cars stopped to let me cross the road :crazy:


    next time I'm going to wear my t-shirt "please help me cross the road - I'm over 30"
     
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    Those are great Doxx. How long was the exposure on the night shot?
     
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    The building in the second shot is cool. Have you tried shooting it from a different perspective? Maybe across the street from the 50th floor with a long lens.
     
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    Is that even a building?
     
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    @Thorn 1 sec, ISO 400, f8

    @Craig - no accessible big buildings across the street, just a construction site and the bus terminal
     
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    Well if you rented a high lift... Just kidding. I hate it when there is no other option.
     
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    Very nice doxx. I really like the night shot of the buildings. The warm light on the other ones are great too.
     
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    With shots like that you should be getting advertising fees from Canon!
     

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