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 Post subject: A few cityscapes
PostPosted: Tue Mar 23, 2010 11:22 am 
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Hong Kong Harbour
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Petronas Towers, Malaysia
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Stunning shots , i love them all. Well done.

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Lovely shots & great perspective view. I Miss KL best place to Shop, eat & Visit :(

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Great shots, especially the 3rd one!

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Love these kind of shots, and mine dont turn out as nice

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Great shots - esp 2 and 3

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Those are great shots indeed :)

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Thanks for the comments guys! All were done with a Canon SD600 point and shoot. I'd really like to get a chance to go back to Hong Kong with my SLR now!


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Awesome! :D

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Update with a few more pictures from cities:

Seattle Space Needle:
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In Seattle:
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Still Seattle:
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Alex Fraser Bridge:
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Very nice shots! :)
I really like the composition in "In Seattle"

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lovely shots :D congrats!

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Thanks guys! I really regret not having an SLR when in Hong Kong. I didn't have a tripod so I couldn't really take a good photo of the skyline without the ISO being high and grainy. I really hope to go back there one day armed with a nice wide angle lens to capture the beauty out there!


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 Post subject: Good Pictures
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Hey what type of settingd didi you use on the Malasya towers?
I love the way it looks during the night exposure!

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wow.. the Petronas towers look great! Are these towers lit that much more than the surrounding structures to naked eyes as well? Seems like they are so much brighter than the others, unless you made them that way through PP. Nice shots in Seattle as well... do you have a good spot to recommend in Seattle for photo ops? since I will be in Seattle in two weeks... thanks!


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