City Lights

One of the great benefits of HDR imaging is the opportunity for a various ways to portray a particular scene. Another is the ability to capture images under “less than ideal” lighting conditions. As such, it has renewed my interest in low-light and night photography. I came upon this scene recently after shooting some sunset images downtown.  I tried to figure out a way to capture this image without getting run over on this busy street. Fortunately there was a parking spot next to the Moore Theatre and I propped my tripod on top of my  truck and was able to incorporate the neon sign into the scene.
Although Seattle may not be a brilliant as many other big metropolises, there are quite a few nice nightscapes to be found if you take the time to look for them.

Please leave a comment below  if  you like what you see or have any other observations. Thanks for stopping by,
JayT
View of  the Downtown Seattle from Second Ave.
Copyright © 2010 Jay Taylor Photography.
5 Bracketed images taken using the Pentax K7 dslr set on apeture-priority mode (Av) with  SMC DA 14/f2.8  lens, tripod. The exposures were taken at 14 mm,  f/9 , between 1/2 to 30 secs,  ISO 100 using Center-weighted averaging metering. Post processing done in Lightroom 2.5, Photoshop CS3, tone-mapping in Photomatix Pro .
To see a larger version or purchase a print of this image, please visit my gallery at: http://tinyurl.com/2d2hc2k
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