Cruizin and Hanging out.

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  1. THORHAMMER

    THORHAMMER TPF Noob!

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    After I got home, I noticed there was so much dynamic range with all the lights/moon etc that Im suprised it came out at all..

    I will prob expirament with blending exposures pretty soon, just takes more time... lol
     
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    gorgeous shot.
     
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    This one's wonderful!
    And gives me ideas for a photo I once took ... I never THOUGHT about converting it ... seeing this, though, I think ... :scratch: .... just think ... that I might. And if only to see the effect!
    So this one's also very inspiring!
     
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    nice lines in this shot, i also love that old car in the forground:)
    night/lowlight shots are hard to get sharp, you did a great job.
     
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    Oh well :( ... mine just does NOT look good after I played with it and converted it in a way in which I have never converted a photo to b&w before and played even more and more :cry:

    Since "my" moon was behind a thin layer of clouds, it now looks all wonky.
    I'm not sure I'm ever going to show you my pic ... sniff-sniff.

    Time for bed, anyway.
    School re-opens tomorrow. Must be up early!
     
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    yeah, it looks really vintage.
     
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    Thanks for all the comps !!!

    to be honest I did do a lot of dodging and burning on this too.

    Also when I shot it I was allready thinking black and white.

    sometimes many times a shot doesnt work color OR b&W nothing you can do

    about it... sniff sniff... lol ( i wish it werent so.)

    email it to me lafoto if your shy, I still want to see it... :D
     
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    I dig this one :thumbup:

    The car adds a lot to the shot, giving at that nostalgic feel. But for some reason, I really like that there is a person visible too.

    Something that is really overlooked, is b/w HDR. I played with this in Photomatix a bit. If you shot it in RAW, it has lots of potential. But, I would still recommend shooting again and bracketing. Looking forward to more if you try again.
     
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    Nice the car certainly helps to bring the shot out I think.
     
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    I think I would crop out the 2hr parking sign. It draws attention away from the rest of the photo, which is great, IMO.
     
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    lol, it's like stepping back in time with that car in the foreground. nice shot!
     

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