Residences at The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto | 208m | 53s | Graywood | Kohn Pedersen Fox COMPLETE

udo

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HDR or not HDR ...

The non-HDR version for Khristopher (60 second exposure) ...




... and the HDR version for the rest of us.




To mix it up a little here is also a HDR version in B&W ...



The HDR version by the way is made from 5 source images with varying exposure times of 8, 15, 30, 60 and 120 seconds at an aperture setting of f/22.0.
 

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Beautiful pics Udo, and interesting to compare.......:cool:
 

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I feel like a nerd that that is dedicated to me :(

The photo is beautiful. That area almost looks like it's a downtown on it's own. I can't wait to see the Ritz occupied with lights on.
 
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She is gorgeous! Shame the Ritz wont be open in time for film festival, oh well next year this place wil be a real hot spot for movie stars.
 

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She is gorgeous! Shame the Ritz wont be open in time for film festival, oh well next year this place wil be a real hot spot for movie stars.
also trump's hotel will be open (hotel portion for sure),. for sure there will be more awesome places to see stars next year. :D
 

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Will the strip of silver, on the left edge of the 'zipper' be filled in to the peak? Right now that section of the building looks incomplete, design wise.
I think so too, but every render I have seen shows that silver strip stopping right where it is.

:(
 

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Ritz crane coming down today

Click on the thumbnail to enlarge, then click again on the image for full size.

 

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