The Bend
This wide-angle photograph of the Vancouver skyline was created from 3 raw exposures bracketed at -2/0/+2 EV, fused and tone-mapped to reflect the realistic view of the cityscape at this magical sunset. The light on the Cambie bridge comes from the street lamps switched on at dusk.
False Creek is a short inlet in the heart of Vancouver. It separates downtown from the rest of the city. It was named by George Henry Richards during his Hydrographic survey of 1856-63. Science World is located at its eastern end and the Burrard Street Bridge crosses its western end. False Creek is also spanned by the Granville Street and Cambie bridges. The Canada Line tunnel crosses underneath False Creek just west of the Cambie Bridge. It is one of the four major bodies of water bordering Vancouver along with English Bay, Burrard Inlet and the Fraser River.

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Media ID 20121218042537610  
Date Sun Jul 15, '12 05:09PM
Comments 1
Views 1370
Uploaded By unknown
Aperture Value f//11
Artist Viktor Lakics
Copyright © 2012 Viktor Lakics
Date/Time Sun Jul 15, '12 05:09PM
Focal Length 12 mm
ISO 100
Model NIKON D5100
Shutter Speed Value 1/0 sec
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Well done Victor.  The details and exposure look good on a beautiful sunset.  I noticed you bracket -2/0/+2, which is something I do not do much and wondered if that was a common setting for  you.  I tend to bracket only around -1/0/+1 unless I need more, then I take 5 exposures or more.   What did you use for the HDR work?   Very nice!!