foggy night round dos - 2 docks and a clock - C&C

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  1. austriker

    austriker TPF Noob!

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    hello
    okay, so i shot a lot the other night and many of you probably saw my other shots.. thanks for all the advice and comments.. i am going to throw 3 more up

    i have two shots of this dock that i really like. i tried getting a higher angle on it but my shadow was on the shot but when i went down and got more level with it i liked the shot more. here are two, let me know which one you like better/improvements- thanks!

    1. i think i like this one better- it seems the wood has more color/lighter
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    and here is one of a clock that is kind of framed by a few trees.. C&C please
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    thanks all- and again please give me some feedback on how i can improve
     
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    austriker TPF Noob!

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    can i please get some feedback and critiques, i would love you long time =) j/k
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Well, I like the second better than the first since the lights on the far bank are less "blobby", though I agree: they cannot be all sharp and defined in the fog, since the fog diffuses them by its nature, but ... I also don't mind for the pier to be darker, since we're prohibited to enter anyway ;). That sign is very clear in both.

    The fog really worked hard to diffuse and blur anything about that clock tower... Now I am curious to go there in a clear night and see it clearly (though I have an inkling that you've shown us a photo of that tower before??? But then it could also have been lackoffunding, little do I know now, as the two of you seem to go out together and take photos of the same subjects).
     

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