Night shot Seaside, Oregon

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  1. naughtybunny

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    I approve!
     
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    As do i :thumbup:
     
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    Stunning exposure and lovely tones! Asolutely love the contrast between the yellow and the blue.
    Well done : )
     
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    Love the shot. Especially like the glow of the lamp. The shot has a magical look about it.
     
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    Very nice + simple.
     
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    Ok. Very, very nice. I am not as big into color myself but when I think of color art photography this is what I have in mind.

    The photo is about color and not really about the subject. This is a very beautiful example of that.

    Of course, that is just my opinion and I am not God. :lol:
     
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    I feel flattered.
     
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    This reminds me of some of Pete Turners work, just the use of bold colours. great image :)
     
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    Yes, absolutely stunning! What did you do to create this photo?
     
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    Great capture.

    I would of liked the front bench element to be full - ie the bottom part of the bench is cut off. Very very minor, but just pointing that out.

    The lighting is great, the image is simple and works so well. Its almost fairy tale like
     
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    I exposed according to wall. Use 4 exposures, -1ev, 0, +0.68ev, +1ev and merge them together. Afterward, duplicate to two layers, blur the top layer 4px, and use soft light to combine layers.
     

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