fountain at dusk

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  1. photobug

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    Shot at dusk after an afternoon cruising around Seattle Center taking pics.

    I really like all the vertical elements in this shot- the dude, the water, the building lights, the tower on the hill... just thought it was cool.
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    This one was also shot portrait mode, but there was nothing interesting in the sky so I just cropped it landscape.
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    And a closer view, after moving off the high ground on the way back to the hotel.
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    the colors or white balance in the first two aren't sitting with me right.... but the last one looks great. the first two look greenish to me, but the last one is much better :)
     
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    Very good pictures, If i had to choose one it would be the second, like the colours and postion of the people in it.
     
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    Dan, you're right, I was messing with the color balance with the sunlight flooding through the window & they are a little greenish. Sickly almost. I gotta fix that!

    Thanks Cruzin. :)
     
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    Okay, here's what the first two should have looked like.

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    ahhh, much better :cool:
     

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