Downtown Denver nightshoot part deux!

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  1. deanx0r

    deanx0r TPF Noob!

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    Just got back from downtown Denver with my trusty Fuji F30 for another try at night photography.

    Enjoy! comments and critiques are welcomed!

    The lightrail at Mineral station:
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    Convention center:
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    Amish woman waiting for the lightrail:
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    Mr. Frosty longing for Starbutts:
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    http://anh.bi.home.comcast.net/ BOOM!
     
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    nice series number 2 is my favourite
     
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    numbers PLZ

    I like the natural color in 1, and the balance. 2 also has great comp and that dude makes the picture. Not digging the amish lady. I want to see the front of her. LoL at the last one.
     
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    #1 is an awsome shot. wish i had trains here
     
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    #1 is the star IMPO. Great use of leading lines and fantastic color!
     
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    cool, the lightrail looks good
     
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    i especially like the first two, the others don't do much for me, but as a series they are kinda interesting
     
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    I love the Convention Center shot.
     
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    Yes one of my faves too lighting is very good :thumbup::D
     
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    How did you get such a clean picture for #1? Tripod?
     
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    I like 2 the most. The person on the stairs is perfect
     
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    Thanks for the comments!

    PhotoInSF: all the pictures were taken without tripods as it was too inconvenient for me to carry one. One thing I didn't tell you is that maybe 7 to 9 shots out of 10 would end up being blurred, out of focus or way underexposed/overexposed. The small LCD on the back of the screen doesn't really help out visualizing the pictures as it makes it look like it was sharp. It's another story after you unload the pics on the computer.
     

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