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Mt Spokane Photography

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Seattle from the Water
« on: August 22, 2011, 08:21:07 PM »
While in Seattle last week, I took a tour boat to Tillicum Village for a salmon dinner and native american entertainment.  As we returned about 10 pm, I stood in the bow of the boat trying to get some images of the Seattle skyline.  There were constant waves rocking the boat around, so I just put on my 135mm L set the camera on manual with a f/2 aperture and 1/60 sec at ISO 3200.  There is plenty of motion blur in this image, but its the best of several.  I should have tried it from one of the big super ferries like the one in the foreground.  They rock, but much more slowly than the small tour boat.

There was a lot of haze, so distant landscapes were difficult.  The haze dispersed after dark.









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