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Hong Kong skyline by night

Hong Kong skyline by night
Copyright ©2005, Alfred Molon
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Panorama image of Hong Kong's skyline, assembled from 16 RAWs from the Olympus 8080. Full size resolution: 13345 x 6328 pixel (84 MP - my largest panorama ever)

Photographer: Alfred Molon
Folder: Alfred Molon
Uploaded: 25-Apr-2005 23:31 CEST
Current Rating: 9.14/7
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Model release available: 1
Camera: Olympus C8080
Exposure time: 1s
Aperture: F4
Focal length: 140mm
Focusing method: iESP P-AF
ISO: 50
White balance:
Flash: no
Image format: RAW
Processing applied: Panorama assembled with PTGUI
Image resized to: 486x1024

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Wow!! Alfred...

A stunning view! I dare not to imagine how it looks like on a blow-up on my wall...

Perfect technique as usual. The misty air reduces the contrast somewhat ut at the same time adds some mysterious light effects. I don't know if I like them or not... hence 'just' a 9.

Cheers, Jens.

Jens Birch at 01:07 CEST on 26-Apr-2005 [Reply]

Hong Kong's skyline

Simply put Alfred, GREAT. Being a country boy in this great State of Maine, I do not see the colors that you are showing in this panarama. Great job of stitching them together. Must have been quite time consuming. Keep them coming...Dave

Dave Hamlin at 01:42 CEST on 26-Apr-2005 [Reply]


Beautifull picture, great lights. Would love to see this one in its origional format.

Fonzy - at 10:31 CEST on 26-Apr-2005 [Reply]


  • whistle*. nice.

what did you use to stitch them with?

tom neal at 01:31 CEST on 27-Apr-2005 [Reply]


If sky was deep blue instead of dark it was a "10" to me. but is just a question of personal taste

Carlo B at 09:30 CEST on 28-Apr-2005 [Reply]


For stitching I used the Panorama Tools with the PTGUI front end. And yes, the picture would have been better with a dark blue sky- it's just that I wasn't there at the right time.

Alfred Molon at 15:36 CEST on 28-Apr-2005 [Reply]


amazing shot!
everything is perfect in this picture!

Igal Kerbes at 06:20 CET on 17-Nov-2005 [Reply]