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No, no new glass. I was just saying it's starting to climb the tower.
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No, no new glass. I was just saying it's starting to climb the tower.
Ahhh, I see! You had me excited for a minute
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Great photos from the last few days Signal, thanks. IMO the glass will look good.
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Nice pics... a cold and crisp day for taking pictures! I just heard on the radio it's -11 (-20 w/ wind chill), brrrrrr!
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it looks so stubby without it's top floors
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Beautiful photos. How are you getting the blurred effect (similar to tilt shift except blurred around the edges) - is that post processing, or something else?
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Post processing. I use this image editor:

http://www.sagelighteditor.com/

And the effect that creates the blur around the edges is called Fast Depth of Field. I circle the part of the picture that I want to be the clear focus and then I can select just how blurry I want the rest to be and if I want to make the image get darker or lighter as it blurs.

For now I'm using it for fun - in the future I'll use it to blur unattractive buildings so I don't need to zoom quite so close to avoid them.
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I believe that they are doing VERY well with already leasing space! if you look at the diagrams on the web site they say "remaining Levels 3, 4, 11 and 12"


http://www.fortisplace.com/greendesign.html
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I think that "remaining levels" refers to all leaseable levels that aren't five to ten (referencing the previous sentence)
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I think that "remaining levels" refers to all leaseable levels that aren't five to ten (referencing the previous sentence)


HAHAHA another case of Jeddy having to READ before posting bahahahaha
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I was going to say "shouldn't the Fortis CEO get the nice office on the top floor?"
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Our ever-expanding skyline:



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The site of the proposed Hilton in relation to Fortis Place:

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