A Midwick Sunset at 25 MPH

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  1. Boston®

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    Midwick is the name of the street where these photos were taken.

    Any honest critique and criticism welcome.

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  2. Cheyenne

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    Boston your photos are similar in subject to my own (I'm just new at all this)

    I like 4 and 5 the best :)

    Overall the photos are a little dark (you should see mine :lol:) and need a little more light. Also some creative cropping would improve them as well :D
     
  3. LaFoto

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    I think I like the last but one best of all, the sky is really nice in that one and the colours come out well.

    The sky in #1 to too bland, blown out, really, while others are a bit too dark ... and what has brought about the heavy vignetting in the last, I wonder?
     
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    My favourite has to be the last one as well, looks a bit creepy to me...
     
  5. Boston®

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    The last one I vignetted post production manually in PS. The sunset wasn't that good, I agree with tsar, but I wanted to go take some shots, the focus being on abnormal angles and composistion. All of these photos were taken with manual exposures and settings. Certain pictures I tried different things, hence the reason why the house with the street number is taken twice with two different exposures and apertures.

    The only other post editting I did was with the first one where I threw a sharpen mask on it because it looked a bit blurrier than I wanted.
     
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    Any other comments?
     
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    I guess not.
     
  8. CHRISTIAN2170

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    i like the 5th one,
    and the others...i think that your camera has some problems dealing with bad light conditions, maybe you can use a tripod
     

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