My Jeep

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  1. TekGino

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    I took this while taking the pictures of lightning
    a few weeks back. The vertical stripes is the rain
    coming down, reflecting off the light. I was aiming
    at the tower in the background, trying to get some
    lightning.




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    Perhaps not cutting the shadow of the Jeep in half would add to the photo?

    Just a thought...
     
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    lots of dead space at the top left. Maybe there's more stuff of interest to the right of the frame. Looks like that might be a better composition dunno.
     
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    Man, I didn't even think of that!
    I think I was trying to keep from
    shooting the street light, that was
    to the right of the Jeep. Now that
    you brought it up, I should have moved
    the tripod to the right, then maybe take
    the shot with the Jeep at a slight angle.
    That way I could have gotten the shadow,
    and kept the street light out of the picture.

    Good advice, thanks!
     
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    Yeah on the top left there should have been
    a bolt of lightning. :lol: I was hoping to get a
    shot with the lightning coming in from the left,
    possibly towards the tower.
     
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    kinda what i said lol
     
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    nice.

    here's 1 of mine

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    Looks good.
     
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    Haha, cool a fellow JF member.



    This was taken with our old Samsung
    point and shoot. I like the reflection
    in the water.



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    Just playing...TekGino, when I saw your secong post...

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    I saw this in my head...

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    ^ Cool! It really enhances everything,
    even the shadows.
     
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    On the original a tighter crop would perhaps serve better and also a different angle so you wouldn't get so much flare. WB is always tricky with these but maybe just a hint colder...

    For BuS_RiDeR, great editing otherwise but you burned out the white in the rocks and front of the car.
     

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