Toronto Sunset

"A circle is the reflection of eternity. It has no beginning and it has no end - and if you put several circles over each other, then you get a spiral."
~ Maynard James Keenan

The Toronto skyline shot across eleven exposures and assembled in post, The shots are 5 degrees apart on the tripod head for overlap. I could have probably cut that number in half and considering the speed of the sunset probably should have. Even with 4 seconds per exposure and a few seconds to adjust the tripod head I still had to make consistent levels adjustments across the shot. The final dimensions are 14″x40″.

Shot from Polson Street Park, off of Cherry Street.

Camera :Nikon D700
Lens :Nikon 28-105 mm Macro AF f/3.5-4.5 D
Shutter Speed :4
ISO :100
f-Stop :25
Strobes :Array
Location :Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Conditions :Clear
Airbus A340 just before the threshold
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