I’m not sure the name of this building in downtown Omaha, Nebraska. I’ve seen it a hundred times from a distance but never realized how cool it looked up close until the day I took this. Cannon 40D 10-22 EFs and processed it in Photomatix.
city buildings downtown nebraska omaha
This is very cool…..I love when I can’t figure it out. And I can’t. What ever you did it really works. Very nice.
WOW!!!!! Love it – amazing shot – colours, shape, reflection, shadow. everything! I agree with Elizabeth I don’t know how you did this!
wonderful work Tim.x
Terrific colours and reflection, very well taken
Fantastic!!!!!! You nailed this one Tim-great capture of color, lines, & symmetry!
Thank you very much Ron. I’ve been eyeing this one for a while. I rented the 10-22 EFs becouse I’ll be going to Colorado soon and was looking for a good landscape lens. That thing is sooooo much fun! The angles are incredable.
Absolutely perfect in every way shape and form Tim. Excuse me while I pick my jaw up off the floor! What lens did you use for this if you don’t mind me asking?
Thank you, I used a rented Canon 10-22mm EFs. I’ve rented quite a few lenses, but this one was by far the most fun. Next time I’m going to try the 14mm L.
I like it very much,- you offered to tell what you did- I would like you to tell :)
The only thing I did was make a HDR to bring out the color. As far as the angles and shape, this is how the building was built. I did use a wide angle lens to get it all in but the credit must go to the architects of this unique building.
Thanks so much Tim :)
Tim, they’re both great!!!!!
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