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Nikon D2X


Capture Date/Time: May 14, 2006 00:45
Focal Length: 10.5 mm
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F/8 - 1/10 sec
ISO: 200
Flash: None


Sorry for the late posting today... I was in Washington, D.C. this weekend for business meetings, and friends took me to see the monuments at midnight on Saturday. It's been awhile since I've done that, and it was just a beautiful night to be out there. This is a shot of the interior of the Lincoln Memorial. I don't have my usual version of PS running here at work, so I was not able to PP or sharpen as much as I would like, and I couldn't take down the overblown statue on the right. So this is pretty much a straight-out-of-camera shot. I also don't have my EXIF handy but this should be close.



Comments


05.15.06, 08:12 PM, Eric:

fantastic perspective on one of my favorite places!


05.16.06, 03:17 AM, McAWilliams:

What a great angle, took me a sec to see lincoln as you have him in a very strange position. I would love to see the processing done on it as a next shot.


05.16.06, 07:19 AM, Still:

Fine light and interesting framing...


05.16.06, 09:49 AM, Natalie:

Oooh! I like that you looked up.


05.17.06, 06:16 AM, Ana:

OH man, this is spectacular! I've never seen this done from that perspective! I love DC, but most of the shots are so cliche. You have definetly made a unique shot here!!


05.23.06, 04:26 PM, Diane:

Really wonderful perspective. Straight out of your camera?! I'm impressed.



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