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    Very nice, did you take the pic yourself?

    If so, what camera are you using... Digital or film... and what settings did you use?

    Thanks alot.

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    Hi and thanks for the comments.

    The camera was a Canon 10D. It's a composite shot similar to this one...

    http://efferential.net/NYC.htm

    -S

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    Wow, that's a neat effect. How much time elapsed between the earliest and latest of those components?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ablarc
    Wow, that's a neat effect. How much time elapsed between the earliest and latest of those components?
    Typically two hours. Sometimes three. You want to get the golden light preceeding sunset and the moody shadows of twilight. Ironically, the resulting photo is often more accurate than a single shot because most digital cameras, even expensive ones, have limited dynamic range compared to the human eye. This technique allows you to boost the dynamic range.

    -S

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    Great picture! Do you have it in a higher resolution?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparkletron
    Hi and thanks for the comments.

    The camera was a Canon 10D. It's a composite shot similar to this one...

    http://efferential.net/NYC.htm

    -S
    Great

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