Science World

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Science World

Carolyn M. Fletcher level-deluxe 2/8/2002 3:08:34 PM

WOW!! Awesome shot..I love it.. #3425

Dan Hutchinson 2/8/2002 4:52:13 PM

Thanks for your kind comments. #5365

Beverly Joanne Hoover 2/27/2002 5:01:44 PM

I have looked at this strikingly beautiful photograph several times.
It just takes my breath away.
Definitely a WINNER!!
What Camera/Film,. tech's did you
use for this photo??
Thanks very much.
Beverly J. #5785

Dan Hutchinson 2/27/2002 11:32:44 PM

Thanks for your comment Beverly. This was taken with a Canon G2 Digital camera shortly after sunset with a one second exposure, F2.8 if I remember correctly. This area is one of my favorite areas to shoot.

Dan #5804

Clay Cartwright 3/8/2002 3:46:31 PM

I am surprised to see you used an F2.8 for this? Don't get me wrong, I love the picture, but what made you choose this apeture instead of a smaller one (and longer shutter speed)?

Clay #5953

Dan Hutchinson 3/8/2002 7:22:40 PM

Actually this was one of many shots I took. I was experimenting with a lot of different settings and this one turned out the best. #5963

Jim l. Hutchy 3/19/2002 6:28:33 PM

Excellent shot. Vancouver is a beautiful city, but this is a complement to it. Well Done! #6129

Carl 3/20/2002 9:32:59 AM

Awesome shot! Great colors, contrast, saturation and all! Makes you wish you were there. Although f/2.8 sounds odd, smaller apertures really help for DOF. Great work! #6143

Dan Hutchinson 3/20/2002 9:48:53 PM

Thanks Jim & Carl for your comments & kind words. #6156

Cheryl Meisel 4/4/2002 3:40:37 PM

Dan this is an awesome SHOT! Wow! Congrats it is a winner! Cherylm #6536

Bryan F. Peterson 4/13/2002 2:24:07 AM

Ditto! And just to add, that the use of a smaller aperture would not have made a depth of field difference since all of your subject is at 'infinity' or to put it simply the same focused distance-These kinds of compositions fall into the category of 'who cares what aperture I use'-Ironically, when shooting 'who cares' compositions I often use f/8 or f/11 since these are what are known as 'critical apertures'-Critical apertures often produce the sharpest/most contrast images.
I wanted to also add, that if you've never tried the FLW filter(not to be confusd with the FLD) give it a go next time out-It imparts a really nice magenta cast and it also does some minor color correcting with mercury/sodium vapor lighting.
Again, just a really nice shot and, like your other, its great to see you out shooting 'night scenes' before its really night!
Bryan Peterson #6871

donnalee cataldo 7/31/2006 4:19:59 PM

Wow Dan, that shot gives the dictionary definition of flawless. What a spectacular shot. Well deserved win.

Donna #3107215

Studio T 6/5/2007 6:54:39 AM

Curious? Did you use photoshop or Corel with this? Nice effect. #4367851

Remi Trepanier 2/25/2009 3:39:57 PM

I feel I can almost see the skytrain passing on the back of the picture. Outsanding capture. #7215128

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Night shot of Science World, Vancouver,B.C. Canada

Uploaded on 2/8/2002 1:35:56 AM Photo Contest SECOND PLACE Winner

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