A couple ugly night shots for you to tear me apart on....

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  1. BadRotation

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    Great composition on both, although I like the 1st one better because of the different colors you se, specially the degrading light blue in the sky, the texture of the clouds looks great, the farthest poles that are colored red by the lights.

    On the second one there is less colors but I like how the rails shine, what would of been interesting is if you had a fliter that makes the lights turn into stars, wich would of given more impact to the fading sun.

    Both of them are good IMHO
     
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    Actually there was no sun :mrgreen:
    Those are the city lights in the distance.


    Glad someone liked them. I posted them an another board I visit, and they ripped me apart on them (yet didnt give me any advice on how to make them better)

    I am a total newb to photography, so right now I am just learning as much as I can.
     
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    The rails really make the second one for me!
     
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    Thanks for the compliments on them.

    I am a total newbie to photography, so I am definitely still learning the basics.
     
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    It would have been great if you could have had the shine on the rails and the signal lights too.
     

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