Night shot

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  1. Shakka Brah

    Shakka Brah TPF Noob!

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    So I decided to try shooting at night in the street.
    I am very happy with it. I would like to know if the exposure looks correct and how to get the tail lights darker or deeper in color. There were like ten cars that passed through. Any criticism is welcome.
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    I like it, what kind of settings did you use.
     
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    oh, i like it very much...the punch of saturated green newpaper box is just fantastic...I dont think can do much about getting the taillights more satuarated, as it appears you were in a very bright scene, under streetlights....if you were away the streetlights, shooting on a highway, for example, you would get really saturated reds.
     
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    I love this pic! I am a big fan of these slow shutter speed night shots with cars going past. Well done!
     
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    I love your shot, too - I would've cropped differently tho I guess. May I?
     

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