The sky line of Tel Aviv.
The shot was taken from a very high point in Ramat Gan, with a good view of the sky line. This is looking west. On the right are the Azrieli towers just to give you a sense of the angle.
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jjcordier (78372) 2007-06-01 1:50
Belle photo, Gilad! Ces immeubles silhouettes constituent un bon premier plan et se détachent sur ce fond de ciel magnifique où les rayons du soleil jouent les projecteurs célestes.
mfonda (891) 2007-06-01 1:50
Your shots continue to impress me, and you do an excellent job of presenting Israel.
Very nice work.
I love the composition here, and the exposure creates a nice mood.
Well done, thanks for sharing!
loneroc (1233) 2007-06-01 2:20
Here's a sunset photo that I like! First of all those clouds look really great and sun rays coming through nicely.
I like the way you have added the city skyline so low. Well done.
partha (14020) 2007-06-01 2:41
Wonderful atmosphere. the sky looks brilliant here. Nice panoramic view. Good take.
pgorod (1019) 2007-06-01 5:18
Very nice shot, Gilad!
Catching it a bit before the Sunset was good, makes it a bit more original (seeing the Sun a bit above the horizon), and those clouds help you get the same sunset effect for colors.
Is this really 1/320? I would say colors like these would require a tripod and a longer exposure...
Dpbours (222) 2007-06-03 4:43
Nice shot. The silouettes look like the result of a little kid that has been playing with Lego. I also like the sun above the horizon and the fact that it is partly behind a cloud and out of the center of the picture.
On the question of Peter; I assume you used a neutral density filter. Next to that, A Canon 5D full frame chipset will be more ligfht sensitive I suppose.
- Copyright: Gilad Benari (gilad33) (14400)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2007-05-31
- Categories: Daily Life
- Camera: Canon 5D, Canon 24-105 mm L IS USM
- Exposure: f/7.1, 1/320 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2007-06-01 1:44