CN Tower, Toronto

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View from Skypod, CN Tower Toronto, approximately 140th floor!!! Can you spot the Dundas square where I took the Dundas square Midnight run Bus trails shot?

Okay so I tried really hard to get rid of the reflections from the changing lights on CN Tower in PPS but couldn't do it. I was going to delete it but decided it to keep it anyways as these are my only shots from here.

Its a breathtaking view @ the same time very difficult to photoshoot. Also the light changes were of different intervals so sometimes light changes after 5 secs, sometimes after 15 and the longest was close to 50 secs and ofcourse of different colors so if I wanted to long exposure I had to make a reasonable guess and wait and shoot @ this time. This is the best I could do. It looks like crap with the reflections.

It's still an HDR not that it matters with those reflections.

I guess the best time to shoot here would be before sunset and not later than Blue HR. I reached just about @ the beginning of Blue hr but was photographing @ the lower level, the 110th floor where there was way too much reflections from inside light.

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  1. IanGood 30 months ago | reply

    With a stunning view like this, it's better to get the shot with reflections than not at all and, even with them, this is great.

  2. BryanQuigley 30 months ago | reply

    Incredible detail and clarity!!!

  3. Shun (busy...) [deleted] 30 months ago | reply

    Splendid capture !

  4. Jeffrey Pabroquez 30 months ago | reply

    excellent point of view! beautiful lights!

  5. rlanvin 30 months ago | reply

    Wow. Damn impressive.

  6. HJBH02  (back slowly catching up) 30 months ago | reply

    Wow.. wow and wow! This is truly amazing!

  7. Label 89 30 months ago | reply

    amazing shot! looks great!

  8. ninin 50 30 months ago | reply

    Great Toronto's night shot Om!

    Thanks for your visit and have an happy time.
    CIAO, ninin.

  9. John Carey . 30 months ago | reply

    This is such a vast shot

  10. ADW44 30 months ago | reply

    I think that you did a nice job here and I know what a challenge shooting through glass can be. The only solution is get the lens as close as possible - I've made homemade hoods from cardboard before and then use a polarizer but even then you may still get reflections...

  11. James Waghorn 29 months ago | reply

    Stunning shot. Perfectly exposed and great perspective!

  12. Neil Kremer 29 months ago | reply

    This could be the mother of all roof top shots.

  13. David Relph 23 months ago | reply

    Fabulous, city looks amazing from from this viewpoint

  14. Joan-Marie E 22 months ago | reply

    I like the composition, angle of the shot, and the amount of detail that's been captured.

    Lovely Picture!
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