Bay Area Night Shots --C&C Please--

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  1. Andrew T. Mironov

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    Well my buddy (loser101) and I went out and shot all over the Bay Area on Sunday Night / Monday Morning, and here are a few of our results.
    C&C please...

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    These all look a little hazy
     
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    They ALL look hazy?

    A few of them are hazy because of fog, but I don't notice it on the other pictures...
    What do you think caused it... a dirty lens?
     
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    I would agree a lot are hazy..however I think the shadow created by the bridge in number 1 is very cool. And the last one, the effect is very cool! The tunnel shots are also pretty nice, you have a lot of lines running into the distance, the pipes, the lights, white lines. All add to the effect!
     
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    it looks like a combination of the fog and the way the light is hitting ur lens is causing some of the "haziness." maybe try a neutral density filter? you could always edit the photos to reduce some of the haziness also.

    oh and the 2nd and last photos are awesome!
     

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