Night at the waterfront

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  1. Deebo

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    Out last night for a few shots, here is my favs:

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    Cheers, Dee
     
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    Nice shots. I like the last one.
     
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    Very nice shots. Care to share your setup and settings? I'm curious how you got such awesome colours.
     
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    I've seen good city night shots before but not with those brilliant colours. Are they straight or have you worked some magic post shot?
     
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    I like all of these shot, your last shot was definiitely the best though.
     
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    # 3 is my fav, all of em are great though.
     
  7. Deebo

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    Cheers Guys
    Hardly any photoshop trickery at all. I did the usual auto levels, sharpen and highlights and thats it. The whole riverside is alight with colours, its a very cool sight. My setup was tripod, 1 to 3 second exposure (1-3 sec shutter speed) and shooting on A mode. I was on ISO 200 but might have upped it a little if I had more time but I was parked on a double yellow and did not want a fine :) .

    Glad you all enjoyed.
    Dee
     

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