More Stars, please

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by Double H, Feb 24, 2008.

  1. Double H

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    Decided to take advantage of clear skies this morning.
    Shot with my new Sigma 15-30mm. :D Any thoughts appreciated.

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  2. Double H

    Double H TPF Noob!

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    *bump* I know they don't suck, now anyone have any thoughts?
     
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    i like #5 the best. nice and clear.
     
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    First is my fav. Exposure, composition all look great on these.
     
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    5 is definately my favorite ... 2 is nice too.. I would have taken out the snow at the bottom part tho!

    Great shots!
     
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    Thanks all. After having a few days to look at these, I have cropped a few down. I got rid of the small building on the right on many of the shots.
     

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