Nice Star Trails and Night Shots C&C

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  1. TJ K

    TJ K No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Hey got to get out to desolate non-lit central florida this weekend and got some sweet shots in my opinion let me know what you think. Thanks!

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    Not bad at all, really digging the first shot, it amuses me how the trees are lit up that way, kind of looks light there was a soft spot light on everyone, but the stars are definetly cool. The second one doesn't do anything for me :/. Third one is pretty sick but i wish it coul dhave been a tad brighter, but the colors in there are really cool.

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    lmao thanks. Ya i had a better one of the 2nd but it came out really shaky for some reason ehh :( The first one there were some dim lights on about 20 feet away but it was about a 20 min exposure i think so they had an effect on the pic. Thanks
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    the first one is the sweetest shot for sure, good composition on that one. 2 is dull, the edges of the tree are cut off. 3 has good exposure.
     
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    Ya I love how the 1st one turned out.

    Does anyone know an easier way to remove the artifacts from long exposures like all the green,blue, and red dots? I have some other star trail ones but don't really want to go around with the spot removal tool in LR to get rid of all of them if I don't have to. That's what i did on this one but there are so many it sucks. Thanks
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