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NY : sunset from the empire state building

by taf » Tue Nov 14, 2006 10:52 pm

Great view from the top of the empire state building :




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by beeloba » Tue Nov 14, 2006 11:03 pm

Wow, ça crache ;)

You have a little perspective issue in first picture.
Are some parts little blurred ? I mean shacked - (bougées) ?

Second one
Great composition and very good light & exposure
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by jarreweb » Tue Nov 14, 2006 11:08 pm

great wide view of New York

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by taf » Wed Nov 15, 2006 9:52 am

beeloba wrote:Wow, ça crache ;)

You have a little perspective issue in first picture.
Are some parts little blurred ? I mean shacked - (bougées) ?

Second one
Great composition and very good light & exposure

Oui, le premier pano est un peu flou :( ... Mais en haut de l'empire state building, c'est a grosse foule, surtout au sunset... emporter un pied, c'est quasi impossible, donc j'ai essayer de me caler avec le grillage...

Le deuxième est nettement mieux, heursement.
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by waynejacobsen » Wed Nov 15, 2006 4:51 pm

Fantastic color -- great time of day to make the shot.

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by Tony H » Wed Nov 15, 2006 6:27 pm

Bien sûr que pour moi également c'est magnifique.
Mister TAF, would you tell me what were your (Ah, ce vocabulaire!).
Bon, c'était quoi les réglages d'exposition dans ce cas. Parce que si demain je suis en haut du clocher de l'Eglise St Blaise à  Vichy, je rigole à  peine, je veux pas être pris de court. Nikon D70S par exemple.
J'imagine un mode manuel, faut il choisir des iso particuliers?
Parce que là , il faut pas se planter, monter en haut de ESB, on peut pas le faire chaque semaine....
Alors là  j'ai pas fait exprès je le jure: ESB : Empire State Building : Eglise St Blaise.
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by taf » Wed Nov 15, 2006 8:50 pm

Tony H wrote:Bien sûr que pour moi également c'est magnifique.
Mister TAF, would you tell me what were your (Ah, ce vocabulaire!).
Bon, c'était quoi les réglages d'exposition dans ce cas. Parce que si demain je suis en haut du clocher de l'Eglise St Blaise à  Vichy, je rigole à  peine, je veux pas être pris de court. Nikon D70S par exemple.
J'imagine un mode manuel, faut il choisir des iso particuliers?
Parce que là , il faut pas se planter, monter en haut de ESB, on peut pas le faire chaque semaine....
Alors là  j'ai pas fait exprès je le jure: ESB : Empire State Building : Eglise St Blaise.
Mon inconscient est dévastateur.

ben je ne suis pas un fanatique du réglage au petit oignons en manuel... je laisse l'appareil se débrouiller et il le fait souvent très bien (EOS 20D)... je préfère peser un peu plus au cadrage (c'est déjà  un boulot assez dur...)

Cependant, il y a quand même qq petits reglages évidement obligatoire, surtout de nuit : iso au max (800 ou 1600) et ouverture au max, car je travaille souvent sans pied...

Un truc auquel je ne pense pas tout le temps, c'est la balance des blancs (surtout de nuit)... Avec certains eclairages, il vaut mieux parfois choisir une balance appropriée (encore que parfois, le résultat est tout de même sympa)...

Le reste, APP le gere très bien (si différence d'expo) ;-)
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by JohnM » Wed Nov 15, 2006 11:58 pm

An english summary of the facts about the shooting would be nice ;)

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by taf » Thu Nov 16, 2006 2:02 pm

JohnM wrote:An english summary of the facts about the shooting would be nice ;)

ok, let's try ;-)

pictures take without tripod... (too much people, not enought place...) The first is a little blurred (flou ?)... the second is ok...

iso set to 1600
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3 pictures on each pano.
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by klausesser » Thu Nov 16, 2006 8:01 pm

"An english summary of the facts about the shooting would be nice "

yeah . . . ! So i could get rid of my french dictionaire . . . :P

Great night shot - never saw the ironcast building like that . Last time, i was standing there the south-view looked quite different . . :(

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by taf » Thu Nov 16, 2006 11:28 pm

klausesser wrote:The ironcast building

I think this is the "Flat" Iron Building.. Or you're talking about another building ?
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by klausesser » Fri Nov 17, 2006 2:50 pm

"I think this is the "Flat" Iron Building.. Or you're talking about another building ?"

you?re right! That?s the name.
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