EMP & Space Needle, Seattle

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    The entrance to the EMP Museum at Seattle Centre, with the Space Needle behind. The monorail goes through the building to the station at the back.

    This is an HDR image from 3 exposures of -2, 0, +2 and processed in Photomatix and CS5, with a bit of Topaz Adjust and Detail.

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    Michael Riffle, JoGo..., Le.Sanchez, and 18 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Michael Riffle 61 months ago | reply

      Beautiful shot, Ian!

    2. JoGo... 61 months ago | reply

      This is so awesome! Love the detail and colour! Very surreal!

    3. Kay Gaensler 61 months ago | reply

      Beautiful work Ian! I love the light in the shot and how it shines through the leaves of the tree! Your processing is wonderful and I love the textures in the building!

    4. IanGood 61 months ago | reply

      Grzegorz GrzesiakJ Raymond CMichael Riffle Thanks chaps.
      JoIt is quite a surreal building Jo - thanks.

    5. IanGood 61 months ago | reply

      Kay GaenslerThanks very much Kay - you nipped in while I was typing. :)

    6. tattoogirl12 [deleted] 61 months ago | reply

      love your processing, this is too cool!

    7. deadpoet88 [deleted] 61 months ago | reply

      beautiful composition and colors! looks really cool

    8. Krazy Diamnd 61 months ago | reply

      Incredible piece of architecture and well composed to get the tower behind this incredible building! Gotta love Topaz Adjust and Nik Color Efex!

    9. martin alberts Pictures of Amsterdam 61 months ago | reply

      Fantastic.......... Very beautiful !

    10. DanielKHC 61 months ago | reply

      Beautiful HDR rendering!

    11. Orion 2 61 months ago | reply

      Fantastic capture!

    12. Kay Gaensler 59 months ago | reply

      Exactly to the right is the entrance of the Sci-Fi Museum and this is the spot where I took my image. If you look close, you will also see the concrete slope of the monorail in the corner of my image. Thank you for your comments Ian! Coming from such a great photographer they mean a lot to me!

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