h3dii test – part v

I’ve been meaning to shoot the Tram for a while. Every shot I’ve seen of it has been from the waterfront or with Mt. Hood in the background. I thought the OHSU tower was pretty impressive (it is the reason it cost 10x as much to build).

I was there at totally the wrong time of day, but again with that awesome H3Dii dynamic range, I was able to get so much detail. I also really like the 3×4 ratio. It makes verticals seem not so elongated.

One Response to “h3dii test – part v”

  1. Jeff Ambrose says:

    I hate the 2×3 vertical ratio, seems so stretched and confined.

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