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Sunset and night in Salt Lake City
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Posted By: Gobuster, 06-21-2016, 09:41 PM

I was in Utah and Idaho last week and took the K-1 with me. Here are some shots from the first night I arrived in Salt Lake City and went to a rooftop restaurant at sunset. All were shot with my 35-80mm lens which I find amazingly good considering I paid $20 for it!

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Sunset and night in Salt Lake City

Excellent series of photographs Gobuster IMO. Very well taken.
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Nice shots!
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Excellent series of photographs Gobuster IMO. Very well taken.
Thanks, I appreciate the compliment!

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Nice shots!
Thanks, I'm glad you liked them.

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You have some nice images here.
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Very nice set of images of SLC.
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Nice images. Kind of hard to believe but every stone in that building was quarried, chiseled, shaped, and laid by hand. Hammers and chisels. That was pretty much it. It was quite the accomplishment of engineering for 19th Century Americans.
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The second and last two shots of the cathedral are great! Very impressive structure!

Nice night scenes too. It looks like a great city to walk around at night!

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You have some nice images here.
Thank you!

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QuoteOriginally posted by wtlwdwgn Quote
Very nice set of images of SLC.
Thank you.

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Nice images. Kind of hard to believe but every stone in that building was quarried, chiseled, shaped, and laid by hand. Hammers and chisels. That was pretty much it. It was quite the accomplishment of engineering for 19th Century Americans.
Thanks, it really is quite an impressive structure. Bear in mind that the Europeans were building similar structures for centuries before the 19th, and many with the skills emigrated to America, bringing with them the knowledge to construct these magnificent buildings.

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The second and last two shots of the cathedral are great! Very impressive structure!

Nice night scenes too. It looks like a great city to walk around at night!
Thanks Big Dave. I was helped with the night shots by the K-1's impressive low light performance; all my shots were hand held and those last 2 were shot at ISO 6400 with remarkably little noise! Together with IBS I'm getting good night shots without a tripod (I'm unable to carry one on most of my trips). Even ISO 12,800 produces decent results SOC and very good with a little NR in post.
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Nice series. The lighting in the 5th shot is magical.
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Impressive shots!
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Nice series. The lighting in the 5th shot is magical.
Thanks Joi, some of these shots really show off the fantastic dynamic range possible from the K1, it is certainly as good as the D810, maybe better! Can't help but love the K1.

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Impressive shots!
Thanks Janse, I am happy to have posted these well liked images!
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