March 8, 2010

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Shot of the Day #15

This is another angle of the Petronas Towers looking up, and the other building next to it which is a little annoying because it makes the twin towers look not so huge, but they’re still massive! To photograph from this angle I had to lie down on the ground and look up at my camera sitting on the tripod and guess the composition, fortunately with digital you can just fire away not worry about wasting film.

http://www.images.scottphotographics.com/shot-of-the-day/%2315/petronas-towers-kuala-lumpur-malaysia-3.jpg

Petronas Towers - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Details:

  • ISO 100
  • F 7.1
  • 1.6 secs
  • 20 mm
  • Sony a350
  • 18-75 mm Lens
  • Tripod

The original photograph: As you can see it gets very over exposed towards the top, that’s where HDR comes in handy.

http://www.images.scottphotographics.com/shot-of-the-day/%2315/petronas-towers-kuala-lumpur-malaysia-4.jpg

The Original

Where I took the shot:

[googleMap name=”Petronas Towers – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia” description=”Petronas Towers” width=”600″ height=”540″ directions_to=”false”]Petronas Towers – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia[/googleMap]

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Written by Mike

Michael Scott is the publisher and photographer behind Scott Photographics! He is very passionate about his photography and enjoys sharing the best of his experiences for others to enjoy too! Contact Mike via email!
2 Comments Post a comment
  1. Apr 5 2010

    I’ve just stumbled upon your site while searching for a tutorial on an related subject. Glad I did too. There’s a lot I like. Anyway, you’ve been bookmarked and I’ll be back soon. :)

  2. Mar 31 2010

    I read few articles from your blog, also have bookmarked your RSS during the previous hours and I seen a permanent improvement of skills.
    Nice job.

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