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Valvebounce

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Hi GMCPhotographics.
Another great series of shots.

Cheers, Graham.

GMCPhotographics said:
Here's a few recent shots from a trip to London, not all cityscapes are wide. If a cityscape is a landscape in a city, then detail or telephoto shots surely are included in the remit?
 

Ryananthony

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Here is a photo taken from two nights ago of downtown Vancouver, BC. It is a 5 shot vertical panorama taken at 16mm.
I was rather surprised to catch the stars coming from the left side. The exposure difference between the farthest left shot, and the farthest right was almost 3 stops. I think I metered off the middle frame, then shot from left to right. Unfortunetaly BC Place got over exposed.

5d3, 16-35mm f4 IS
ISO 250, f4, 25 seconds.
 

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Ladislav

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GMCPhotographics said:
Here's a few recent shots from a trip to London, not all cityscapes are wide. If a cityscape is a landscape in a city, then detail or telephoto shots surely are included in the remit?

Amazing pictures

How did you do this one? Is it fish eye lens?
GMCPhotographics said:

Is this the cloister in Westminster Abbey?
GMCPhotographics said:
 

Valvebounce

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Hi Ryan.
Very nice shot, is there any way to not have a wall of lights blow out when you want detail elsewhere on the darker bits? Did it not look something like that to the naked eye, not withstanding the eye / brain ability to rapidly accommodate huge differences.

Cheers, Graham.

Ryananthony said:
Here is a photo taken from two nights ago of downtown Vancouver, BC. It is a 5 shot vertical panorama taken at 16mm.
I was rather surprised to catch the stars coming from the left side. The exposure difference between the farthest left shot, and the farthest right was almost 3 stops. I think I metered off the middle frame, then shot from left to right. Unfortunetaly BC Place got over exposed.

5d3, 16-35mm f4 IS
ISO 250, f4, 25 seconds.
 

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GMCPhotographics said:
Here's a few recent shots from a trip to London, not all cityscapes are wide. If a cityscape is a landscape in a city, then detail or telephoto shots surely are included in the remit?

Beautiful pictures. Well done, GMCPhotographics.
 

GMCPhotographics

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Ladislav said:
GMCPhotographics said:
Here's a few recent shots from a trip to London, not all cityscapes are wide. If a cityscape is a landscape in a city, then detail or telephoto shots surely are included in the remit?

Amazing pictures

How did you do this one? Is it fish eye lens?
GMCPhotographics said:

Is this the cloister in Westminster Abbey?
GMCPhotographics said:

I used a canon EF8-15L fisheye. But any fully circular fisheye lens will do.