A&P First try at night pictars.. C&C needed.

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  1. ok_computer

    ok_computer OT Supporter

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    eh.. they're not great, they're not embarrassingly bad though.

    C&C?pointers very welcome, looking forward to anything you have to say



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  2. postman

    postman OCfashioncore

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    I'd be quite happy with them.. the last the foreground is too bright imo.
     
  3. CRC

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    i like the foreground in the last one. you use a flash on it?

    they all look good.
     
  4. Derrict

    Derrict No, I am not Amish OT Supporter

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    looks good to me.

    on the last one, I'd mess with photoshop a bit and taper the flash lighting a little bit with dodge/burn tool and make the light more progressive
     
  5. nicklk

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    First one's my fave!!! Good job!
     
  6. DeeRock

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    #2 & #3= Bomb diggity. nice job
     
  7. ok_computer

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    No flashes in any.
     
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    ok_computer OT Supporter

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    Yeah, deff. needs a more gradual transition.. it wasnt flash, but i was standing on a street, so there were street lights
     
  9. tenplanescrashing

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    I liked them all. the contrast/saturation may be a bit much on some but they still look great.
     
  10. Beeno

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    They look awesome. For number two, maybe clone out the stars. They are a bit distracting imo.
     
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    How much post processing did you do? Just got my 350d and I'm trying to figure out how to get shots like this.
     
  13. nicklk

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    When shooting bright lights or moons....run a low ISO 200-400, and a small aperature (~f/8.0) and then run it for 30 seconds........you MUST have a tripod...
     
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    Your technique is fine, you just need more interesting subject matter.
     
  15. Steve325

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    I really like the last one
     
  16. Airpoppoff

    Airpoppoff Vodka > Racing F1

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    Me too
     

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