Long Exposures: Advice/Critique Wanted

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by myopia, Jan 29, 2008.

  1. myopia

    myopia TPF Noob!

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    *Taken with my Ricoh GR-D point and shoot

    1. Denver Skyline
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    2. Coast Guard Lighthouse (Cape Cod)
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    3. Boulder, CO.
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    4. Boulder, CO. #2
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    *I need some advice.
     
  2. iflynething

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    I like them overall.....but

    #1 Pretty good. Just a little clean up at the top there to make the sky nice and black. You have just a little bit of lens flare at the top there. Nothing major

    #2: I like the composition but the parking lot needs to go. Just a little crop here and there and that'll be fixed.

    #3 & #4: I like #4 actually better because it shows more of the actual city and I'm personally a little distracted by the boulder (no pun intended) at the left of picture 3. The effect is very dramatic and I really like that effect too.


    Thanks for sharing

    ~Michael~
     
  3. myopia

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    thanks for the help.
     
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    the first and the last one are my favorites.

    i love the lights
    and the angle you shot them at.

    good work!
     

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