Centennial Olympic Park at night

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  1. john3eblover

    john3eblover TPF Noob!

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    i took most of these pretty quickly as it was almost 1am. There was a very light rain falling, and unfortunately some pictures have drops in them. I tried to get rid of as much as i could in PS, but i couldnt fix everything. Oh well. Some of them turned out decent so i thought i'd get the forum's opinions :D

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    ...bump
     
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    Nice job with the exposures on these. The star effect coming from the lights adds a lot.
     
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    thanks :)
     
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    to all of them - wow. My favorite though is probably the last but then again, I'm a black with white stripes fan too (no clue as to where that idea came from - lol). Then the rays up off of the top of it are a very nice added touch; it "tops the cake."
     
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    ^yeah, that building has a really cool light at the top of it :)
     

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