Photo 101 – Architecture and Monochrome

Prompts and Challenges
Canon Rebel EOS T2i 1/30 sec at f/4.0,  ISO 6400 24mm

Canon Rebel EOS T2i
1/30 sec at f/4.0, ISO 6400
24mm

All I can say is there’s a lot of noise when you shoot at ISO 6400 with a Canon T2i. This is  Caesar’s Place Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas NV shot from the parking garage.

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26 thoughts on “Photo 101 – Architecture and Monochrome

  1. Lovely glamorous shot from the parking garage. Doesn’t matter where you are, so long as you know your camera well, you can get good shots. A bit of noise as you mentioned, but it works well with the B&W shades. Love how you captured the semi-crescent, semi-full moon vividly too.

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    1. Thanks, Mabel. And just as I get to know my camera well I want to upgrade. I never thought I was one of “those people”, needing to get the latest tech gear. You see what I saw, too. The entire shot was geared around the moon. Thanks again!

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      1. I did think that you were trying to make the moon stand out. Good job! I can sympathise. I was using a Canon Ixus point-and-shoot for seven years and it was only last year I decided to upgrade to something more fancier, the G7X. No regrets 😀

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    1. Oh believe me there is a lot of noise in the blacks. That’s why I kept the image so dark. And I love your comment about the comparison in sizes. The moon appeared to be a bit larger to the naked eye, as I remember. But I like how this turned out!

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