Industrial Night Shot

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  1. jadin

    jadin The Mad Hatter

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    One of the current challenges for dpchallenge.com is "Night Shot". This is my submission:

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    Comments, suggestions?
     
  2. Je-C

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    I like everything about this photo except that blue-white light in the background... it's slightly distracting with the contrast. Other than that, I really like this.
     
  3. John E.

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    Wish you had resized a little larger, sure would like to see some detail of the crusher (is it a crusher?). I agree with Je-C about the whitish glow, but that may be cause of the small picture. In a larger picture it may highlight the action of creating the sandpiles (which would be fairly ingenious). I like how the rail cars are mirrored by the lights in the background and the way you used the lamps as part of the picture.

    I am begining to believe you have a strong affection for golden tones. :)

    Anyhow really like the picture. It's not an in your face picture, kinda got to get into it and look around, which i really appreaciate.

    Oh, sorry about ragging on so much about the small picture :wink:
     
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    I agree about the size, the full size looks a ton better. The problem is dpc has a limit of 640 pixels for the longest direction.
     
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    I like how the train cars lead the eye around the picture and then back towards the center. Well done.
     

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