California Street - San Francisco

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  1. Randog

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    California Street - San Francisco

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    So awesome. Love this shot. Such a sucker for black and white.
     
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    Love the lines in this one :) You might straighten the horizon a bit, and then I think it'd be even better...but black and white works very well here...
     
  4. Randog

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    Thanks Amanda and Ghoste, I appreciate your kind words. I have also straightened the horizon per Amanda suggestion. I have the biggest problem remembering to do that. Thanks for the heads up Amanda.
     
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    Great shot Randog.
     
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    +1. Great lines.
     
  7. Randog

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    Thank-You Chiller and Travis I do appreciate your comments.
     
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    I think the lensflare is a little much... I actually think it may have been even a better shot

    (it is very good btw, the tones are there, except where its blown out.)
     
  9. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Oh, well, I quite like the flare in this one --- I like the photo as a whole, but it makes me wonder how you managed not to get run over by a tram or a car when you took it????? I mean, I can actually see the tram coming :shock: !!!
     
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    Good picture,the sun rays work really well in it.
     
  11. Randog

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    Thank-you for your comments NoSoup when I took this shot I too did not like the positioning of the Sun until I converted it to B&W .

    Thank you LaFoto, It wasn't too big of a risk I was at the end of the street it dead-end right where I was standing.


    Thank you, John E
     
  12. ksmattfish

    ksmattfish Now 100% DC - not as cool as I once was, but still

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    I like it. I think the flare works well, sort of mirroring the tracks.
     

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