f/4.5 @ 70 mm, 1/20, ISO 3200, No Flash
Make no mistake, the 12th man’s presence can be felt anywhere in Seattle right now
Seattle is lit with blue and green colors everywhere this week in what is being referred to as “Hawkitecture” as it prepares for its second straight Super Bowl. Even if you aren’t a Seahawks fan, I thought some of you would appreciate this different view of Seattle that I captured while reviewing the Sony a6000.
f/4 @ 20 mm, 1/6, ISO 800, No Flash, Handheld
Entering the land of the 12th Man
All of the shots featured are unedited a6000 shots that were taken using this tripod setup except where the captures mention “handheld”. In the case of the handheld shots the tripod was still used, but against my chest instead of on a fixed surface (as described in the article).
f/5.6 @ 70 mm, 1/5, ISO 100, No Flash
Seattle Great Wheel is ready for the big weekend with the shadow of the Seahawks stadium just behind it
f/5.6 @ 68 mm, 2s, ISO 100, No Flash
Hawkitecture can be seen all over from the Space Needle to the Seattle Great Wheel
f/4 @ 70 mm, 1/8, ISO 100, No Flash
The cranes working on Paul Allen’s buildings on Mercer St are all sporting Seahawks logos
f/4 @ 20 mm, 1/60, ISO 1600, No Flash, Handheld
Even the marina is sporting the home team colors
f/22 @ 16 mm, 6s, ISO 100, No Flash
The Seattle Great Wheel is ready for the big game!
My apologies to the Patriots fans and Seahawks haters out there who are rooting against my home team. Despite your disdain for my team, hopefully you can appreciate the photos and the enthusiasm of the “12th Man” coming together to support their team.
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