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Dream Big!

May 30th, 2012

I took this shot while visiting San Diego for Comic Con 2011. I could not have had a more perfect night to take this cityscape. The clouds were perfect and the night was clear... can't ask for more.

Nikon D90.

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black » california » city » city lights » cityscape » long exposure » night » nikon » nikon d90 » photography » reflections » san diego california » skyline » urban » water »

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Posted By: golf007sd
about 10 years, 1 month ago
Great shot of my city. Well done. See you at Comic Con 2012.
Posted By: Javier Pantoja
about 10 years, 1 month ago
The image looks awesome.
How do you make the light reflection in different colors?
Thanks for posting.
Jp from San Diego.
Posted By: Michael kaldani
about 10 years, 1 month ago
Thank you for the comments guys! I really appreciate them...to answer the reflection question, that is just a byproduct of the long exposure, roughly 40 second exposure on this photo. The different colors come from the different buildings and the colors they reflect onto the water.

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