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Nikon D2X


Capture Date/Time: April 4, 2006 12:46
Focal Length: 10.5 mm
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F/5.6 - 1/200 sec +/- .33 Bias
ISO: 400
Flash: None

This is an HDR shot of a walkway at the Fourth Presbyterian Church in Downtown Chicago. This landmark old greystone church sits right on the north edge of the Magnificent Mile shopping district. I have passed by this place many times, and have even been in the church a few times for concerts, but I have never explored the grounds before. The distortion on this shot was a bit unexpected but I liked it.


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Comments


04.07.06, 09:46 AM, Mark:

Mike, this one is a dynamite shot. Really has great impact, well composed, and exposure is very nice.


04.07.06, 09:54 AM, Jeremi:

Wow that is very cool! Did you use a fisheye lense or whatever they are called?


04.07.06, 12:05 PM, Viking:

You mean the distortion was not intentional? Well it works! And I think this is the first B&W HDR I've seen. Very nice.


04.07.06, 12:12 PM, micki:

I love the wide angle view of this walkway!! Awesome photo.


04.08.06, 02:00 AM, jlc:

Very bautiful shot !
I love the perspective and the vision of building in the back ground . ;)


04.08.06, 08:34 AM, Claudette San Pedro:

Hey Mike, this great! I love everything about this!


04.09.06, 01:44 AM, andy:

This is the first application of HDR I have seen in a while that is actually just right and not overblown, overcolored and fake. This is what HDR is intended for and your photo is excellent, suble work of art.


04.09.06, 10:36 AM, Matthew Greco:

wow, cool spot for a wide angle. I need to get one of those.


04.09.06, 08:01 PM, Gary:

the symetrical arches are beautiful, great use of this lens, a real stunner


04.10.06, 05:34 AM, Ana:

The distortion is great! I love this shot.


05.02.06, 01:24 AM, Ronalyn Barut:

That is beautiful... how did you create that look? lens? Just curious!



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