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Oceanarium - Lisbon Aquarium



The image is from the Lisbon Aquarium. It was taked during the sunset with a lot of cloud´s and some rain.

I take 4 images and put them together ...
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The image is from the Lisbon Aquarium. It was taked during the sunset with a lot of cloud´s and some rain.

I take 4 images and put them together in LR using Merging to Panorama.

The Oceanarium was built and opened as part of Expo 98 , the last world exhibition of the twentieth century , with the theme " Oceans a Heritage for the Future " .

The conceptual designs , architecture and view are the American architect Peter Chermayeff . Its pavilion resembles an aircraft carrier and is installed on a pier surrounded by water .
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Behind The Lens

Location
This image was taked at Parque das Nações (Park of Nations), in Lisbon, Portugal. "Park of Nations" was the name given to the emerged neighborhood in the former intervention area of the Expo, including the site where the World Expo 1998 was held and also all the areas that were under the administration of ParqueExpo, SA This area became however, a center of cultural activities and a new district of the city, with several own cultural and sports institutions. The iluminated building is the Lisbon Oceanarium. I take 4 images and put them together in LR using Merging to Panorama. The image was processed to mainten the light effect and to intensify the diferent tonnes in the clouds. The Oceanarium was built and opened as part of Expo 98 , the last world exhibition of the twentieth century , with the theme " Oceans a Heritage for the Future " . The conceptual designs , architecture and view are the American architect Peter Chermayeff . Its pavilion resembles an aircraft carrier and is installed on a pier surrounded by water .
Time
It was taked after sunset, at 19:30. It was a cloudy day but with some light in the horizon.
Lighting
The light on the image is natural, there is also the lights of the Oceanarium that reflects on the water.
Equipment
I used my Nikon D7100 and the Nikkor 18-105 lens at 18 mm. This image is a composition of a 4 images in a panorama.
Inspiration
I love nightscapes. Since i was at Lisbon and i love this place i take some images. Probably this is the most sucesseful.
Editing
I take 4 images and put them together in LR using Merging to Panorama. The image was processed in PS to mainten the light effect and to intensify the diferent tonnes in the clouds.
In my camera bag
Nikon D7100, Nikkor AF 50 1.8D lens, Nikkor 18-105 AF lens, Tokina AF 11-16 2.8, Porst Auto 50 1.7, industar 2 f3.5, Helios 44m-2, coloured filter and a ND filter.
Feedback
Wait for the perfect timing. It can bring you great results.

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