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Night in Paris

By Andy42muk    
The Eiffel Tower taken at the base of the East leg looking up. I used a long exposure - 30 seconds - f22 focal length 24mm 100 ISO.
I have also discovered the wonders of post processing in Adobe Lightroom. No artificial coloring, this is straight from the camera using White Balance on Auto.

Tags: Architecture Landscape and travel

Voters: Springbok05, fox28, AJG and 4 more

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fox28 Plus
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31 Mar 2014 10:03PM
Oh là là. Superb capture!!! Love the golden tinge to this iconic structure!

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Hi fox28,
Thank you...
Must admit I am very pleased with this shot. I am also getting to grips with Lightroom which gives you so much more control over exposure in RAW files. I am certainly finding it produces a more polished final image.

Regards Andy Wink
PhilT2 Plus
7 409 27 England
1 Apr 2014 9:30AM
Superb execution.......seen this attempted many times but usually lacking the detail of the structure. Not only have you achieved great detail of the outer legs but detail goes right through the structure. Very impressed with this shot and feel it has been sadly overlooked by many of the members.
Hi PhilT2,

Thanks for your comments...I did ensure that the histogram was well within and below - blown out highlight - range. Adobe Lightroom certainly helped with this shot. The ability to reduce Highlights but still retain White and likewise recover shadow areas.

I am very pleased with this shot...I think once images disappear off the front page of the Gallery. Which they do fairly quickly...a lot of good images are overlooked.

Kind regards


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