Sears Tower at Dusk

© Paul A. Schneider

Sears Tower at Dusk

Uploaded: May 23, 2006


Created this photo using 3 images and blending them together. The idea is to get the shadows and highlights correct in one image that is impossible by shooting a fixed f-stop on a long exposure. Ill be posting some more images from last night as I get to them. Hopefully a panaramic as well, even though it has been done amazingly numerous times already by other members.


Jim Macino May 23, 2006

Hey Paul,

This came out very nice. Of course it caught my eye. :o) #451316

Melissa G. Meiselman May 23, 2006

Great didn't leave any looks perfect, Paul!!! #2806094

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