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Photographer Steve Rosenbach  Steve Rosenbach {Karma:8338}
Project N/A Camera Model Canon A620
Categories Cityscape
Film Format Digital JPEG High
Portfolio Baltimore
Lens 35-140 mm (equivalent) fixed
Uploaded 9/20/2006 Film / Memory Type Digital 7MB ISO 100
    ISO / Film Speed
Views 691 Shutter 1/30
Favorites Aperture f/4.5
Critiques 6 Rating
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Location City -  Baltimore
State -  MARYLAND
Country - United States   United States
About The old (built in 1900) Pratt Street Power Station reflected in the glass wall of the National Aquarium in Baltimore. The power plant, gutted and refurbished some years ago, now houses a Hard Rock Café, a Barnes & Noble, and several other restaurants, shops and offices.
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Kamran Bakhtiari Kamran Bakhtiari   {K:23922} 9/23/2006
warm lights,great composition ,and blury people
and refelcted buildings .....
nice atmospher Steve,nice

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Steve Rosenbach Steve Rosenbach   {K:8338} 9/22/2006
Hi Gene - Shana Tova!

"...Great shot-just one question- Why such a slow shutter speed? ..."

I had my Canon A620 digicam on aperture-priority and set to ISO 50 as ususal. I normally don't like to go over ISO 50 or 100, otherwise the noise gets noticable. So anyway, since the sun was pretty low in the western sky, 1/25 sec was what the camera selected for the f/4.5 lens opening. I had the lens zoomed out somewhat, and there could only have opened it up another 1/2-stop or so.

Best regards,
SteveR

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Gene Zonis Gene Zonis   {K:6694} 9/21/2006
Great shot-just one questiion- Why such a slow shutter speed?

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Jan Hoffman Jan Hoffman   {K:39467} 9/20/2006
The composition and the refelction make this photo; well done.

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Muzamil Saleem Muzamil Saleem   {K:1604} 9/20/2006
Yes I do like the atmosphere in this photo
well done

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Renato Haber Renato Haber   {K:7328} 9/20/2006
Hello Steve,

this shot rocks!
Amazing contrast between the old building and the new one; beautiful reflection; the presence of the people brings much points to the final compostion.

Very well seen and executed!
Well done!

Wishing you all the best,
Renato

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