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    Nightscape London X-E1



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    Nice series! I really like all 3 of the shots that prominently feature the London Eye, for their taking a very familiar landmark and showing it in a new way. The one with Big Ben showing behind it is my favourite, followed by the one with the street light (I never would've known that one had the London Eye in it if it weren't for the previous photos showing it all blue, though!)
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    That Big Ben photo is way cool!! Nice work Pete!
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    I really, really like these. I've been working up to doing similar shots with film, specifically Velvia slide film at ISO 50. Need to score an old tripod first.
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    Great stuff. I particularly like the colour images.
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    cheers all, pretty impressed with its capabilities here.

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    These are great!
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