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An experiment with HDR.

zuricatofiesta, rohitoborrittooos, and 12 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. rohitoborrittooos 103 months ago | reply

    beautiful! makes a killer background!

  2. peyv& 103 months ago | reply

    i dig how the lights turned out

  3. rbrtwhite 103 months ago | reply

    i heart the orpheum

  4. Jaako 103 months ago | reply

    Rohit, it's cause a shoot w/ a Canon.
    bwahaha. =P

  5. phil and addie 84 months ago | reply

    Hi, this is a great photo!

    I have used it in my blog post (and linked back to you as per the requirements of Creative Commons). Please take a look and let me know if it is OK. If you don’t want it there then obviously I will remove it immediately.

    An Adsense Wedding

    Thanks!

    Adelaide

  6. Jaako 84 months ago | reply

    It's okay with me Adelaide.
    Good luck with the adsense wedding project.

    KJ

  7. FlicksterPro 77 months ago | reply

    Your shot really gives the theatre a spooky feel. Would you mind if I used it on a Vancouver Theatre events page? Thanks a bunch.

  8. monkeywing 72 months ago | reply

    Thank you for sharing this fabulous picture on creative commons. I have used it in a photoshop comp here www.flickr.com/photos/colinsite/3536295625/

  9. Ashtonian54 61 months ago | reply

    I'll have to give HDR a try
    You did a good job with this picture

  10. jaybcrealtor 35 months ago | reply

    This is one of the best HDR shots I've seen! I have featured it as the Photo of the Day on my Vancouver real estate blog. Thanks!

  11. mckaysavage 4 months ago | reply

    Lovely photo Kevin! Saw your photo just now gracing a Mashable article (with attribution) - mashable.com/2014/12/31/2014-movies/ and thought, "I know that theatre!" Sure enough it's the Orpheus! Just did a photo-tour there this year and took some fabulous HDR shots of it of my own. Haven't managed to get around to getting mine up on Flickr, but will share when I do.

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