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Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by T4TURBO, Apr 22, 2009.

  1. T4TURBO

    T4TURBO TPF Noob!

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    hello, here a couple of shots i got from chicago.

    any comments? critiques? are there any filter lenses i should be using when shooting so many bright lights at night?

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    #1 looks a little crooked.

    I really like number 2.

    3 has a really cool composition, but the exposure is off a bit IMO. It also looks out of focus.
     
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    Hey there - I like your subject in the first but as said above your horizon is leaning a little too much to the right - an easy fix. I would probably look at cloning out the distracting light on the far left of the image too if possible. Despite these two minor niggles, I really like it. How long was your exposure time on this?

    The second is very nice - really well composed with great color.

    The third lacks some foreground interest IMO which could improve the photo aesthetically for me.

    Nice set,
    daithi
     
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    i believe 4 seconds (thats the max my camera allows) and wow now that you guys mention it, i do seeits crooked hahaha. i'd have to learn about cloning, i don't know how to do that yet, but if takes care of that loud light, that would be great.


    and the third ones exposure is off on purpose, i wanted i really drastic contrast between the dark ground and buildings and the colors that came out in the sky.

    thank you for your input, both of you!
     

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