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April 29, 2012
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Canon
Model
Canon EOS REBEL T2i
Shutter Speed
1/10 second
Aperture
F/5.6
Focal Length
33 mm
ISO Speed
3200
Date Taken
Apr 25, 2012, 9:07:18 PM
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Adobe Photoshop CS5.1 Windows
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6mm
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Toronto Skyline #2 by vmulligan Toronto Skyline #2 by vmulligan
An HDR photograph of the CN Tower and some of the nearby buildings. This was assembled from exposures of 1/8th, 1/10th, 1/15th, 1/20th, 1/30th, and 1/40th of a second, all shot at ISO 3200 and f/5.6 with a Canon Rebel T2i digital SLR and a Canon IS 17-85 mm zoom lens zoomed to 33 mm. HDR processing was done with Photoshop CS5.1, along with some perspective correction.

This image is not in the public domain. You may not use it for any purpose without the explicit consent of the copyright holder. Image copyright 2012 Vikram K. Mulligan.
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:iconaliensoldier:
Aliensoldier Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Wonderful, I love it!
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:iconvmulligan:
vmulligan Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks!
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:iconaliensoldier:
Aliensoldier Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
You're welcome"
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FrozenFirePhoto Featured By Owner May 3, 2012
Nice photo! Night shots always have a lovely contrast of colours and this is no exception. For the future I'd suggest using a lower ISO since that noise can get a bit distracting... I noticed this in a few of your night shots. In my opinion, if you're going to spend the time processing an HDR it's worthwhile to shoot all of the images in the lowest ISO possible with a tripod and longer exposures. It's also worthwhile if you're going to print since colours are more accurate/punchy and smoother, especially in the darker areas and blue of the sky. Anyways, I'll stop rambling now, nice capture :)
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vmulligan Featured By Owner May 4, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That would involve lugging a tripod around, which would seriously limit my mobility.
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