lol, TrillianI love the pictures too. Thanks for the distraction. What building is that in the second picture?
It's Union Station in St. Louis. VERY nice shot, I'd say. Star filter, slow shutter, cloudy dusk (not too light, not too dark), camera positioned to get the Eagleton bldg in left background, framed to get the top of the spire and bottom of the pool. Keep the photos coming, Sly.
Thanks, Jerry. All correct except I didn't use a star filter. Maybe the mist from the fountains helped create the star effect around some of the lights?
Very interesting........Suggest you ask Ms. O'Donnell what created the star effect. If it was the mist, well, misters are cheaper than filters.
Ms. O'Donnell said the star filter effect was because I used a wide-apperture. I took some awesome photos last night of St. Louis at night and will be posting them as soon as I delete some annoying power lines via Photoshop.
And by "wide-apperture", I meant wide-angle lens, small apperture. I just abbreviated.Sort of.
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