Keith By: Keith
Charlotte skyline - blue hour

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Charlotte skyline - the light just before sunset was awesome and I ran out hoping there would be some great sunset colors.....nope. Thankfully the clouds saved this shot.

 

Equipment:

Camera: Nikon D700

Lens: Nikon Wide Angle PC-E Nikkor 24mm f/3.5D ED

Focal Length: 24 mm

ISO Speed: 100

Aperture: f/13

Shutter: 94 seconds

Tripod: Feisol CT-3422 tripod with center column

Ball Head: Arcatech GV2

Filter: LEE filters foundation kit with Singh-Ray George Lepp ND 3-stop and LEE LEE graduated ND 3-stop hard edge

 

Processing:

Lightroom 4 [temp, sharpness, etc]

 

  • Frank217 3y

    Superb capture of this gorgeous skyline. Well done Keith.
  • scott185 (the original) 3y

    This is beautiful.
  • Dave Morrow 3y

    Good one!
  • Faisal Zahoor 3y

    Excellent Work !
  • Wilfried.B 3y

    Wow, superb capture!
  • Paddu Rao 3y

    Beautiful ! Excellent work of photography !
  • johnshlau 3y

    Love the tone and contrast............amazingly beautiful blue!
  • TMSurrattPhotography 3y

    This is fantastic Keith. The exposure is perfect. A well found POV for our queen city. We don't have a huge skyline but I'm proud of it all the same. In fact let's keep all the big city life up north. I like our small town cities in NC the way they are.
  • JSB PHOTOGRAPHS 3y

    Outstanding capture, wonderful car trails, looks like a one way street with all the head light coming at you.
  • Nicolas Homal 3y

    Beautiful! 38.
  • Keith 3y

    Thanks Frank, Scott, Dave, Faisal, Wilfried, Paddu, John, Tim, JSB, and Nicolas
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Taken on April 13, 2012
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