Marion RR at night

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  1. Kevin D Burns

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  2. CHRISTIAN2170

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    wow, how you did the 2nd one?
     
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    the 1st one is fantastic
     
  4. Kevin D Burns

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    thanks all
    Auto mode, f3.4, 1/91, iso100 -1.30 EV to darken the image.
    No post editing to image. might have cropped.
     
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    they looks both really good ...
     
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    I love #2.
     
  7. Kevin D Burns

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    i agree the first image is a bit bright on the whites.
     
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    #2 intrigques me, really like the way the train cars and building stand out against clouds. if that darn pole wasn't there it would be a heck of a lot better, terrific shot in any case.
     

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