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Hong Kong backstreet
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Image Title:  Hong Kong backstreet
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 By: Roger Williams  
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Photographer Roger Williams  Roger Williams {Karma:86139}
Project N/A Camera Model Nikon D200
Categories Cityscape
Film Format Digital RAW
Portfolio Digital
Lens Nikon  18-70mm f/3.5-4.5G IF-ED AF-S DX
Uploaded 1/11/2007 Film / Memory Type Auto-ISO
    ISO / Film Speed
Views 676 Shutter 1/60
Favorites Aperture f/5.6
Critiques 5 Rating
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Location City -  Kowloon
State -  HONG KONG
Country - China   China
About This is one of a pair I took on a recent visit to Hong Kong. Can't make up my mind which I like best, so will upload both. If you have a preference, I'd like to hear it...
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There are 5 Comments in 1 Pages
jessie voigts   {K:6772} 1/14/2007
hi roger! i like #2 better, although this one definitely shows me that the scene is different - narrower - than i thought. great city shots! i've missed your work!


Roger Williams Roger Williams   {K:86139} 1/12/2007
Thanks, AJ. I was just in Hong Kong briefly, but almost filled my 2GB card! The lighting was quite unusual, and this is very much as I remember it. You are right about Auto ISO, though. I have limited it to 800 max. as 1600 is quite unusable on the D200. The increase is triggered whenever I try to use a speed slower than 1/100th (hand shake becomes a problem for me at this point). I am experimenting with noise-reduction but haven't found anything good enough for prime time, yet.


Roger Williams Roger Williams   {K:86139} 1/12/2007
Thanks, Rob. It does have a bit of that HDR look to it, doesn't it, but no, this came straight out of the camera. Well, via CS3 beta (it was a RAW file but I left everything at the default settings).


AJ Miller AJ Miller   {K:49168} 1/11/2007
Hi Roger! Good to see you here, and posting from a new location!

I prefer the vertical perspective in this one, resulting largely from the more prominent steps and railings leading down to the street. The splayed verticals may enhance this effect. But I do miss the yellow car at the bottom of the steps in this one.

I like the soft pastel tones of both, although this one seems to be a little less grainy (most evident in the sky on the other one). I notice you used an Auto-ISO setting, so I assume the camera may have pushed this up to quite a high value.

So, this one get my vote...



Rob Ernsting Rob Ernsting   {K:8899} 1/11/2007
Very beautiful wide angle view. Did you use HDR




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