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  1. Tuna

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    [​IMG] All comments/criticism welcome.
     
  2. A.Rotshtein

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    Beautiful :D

    Reflections from the pier light and the moon...EXCELLENT

    Love it :wink:

    AR
     
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    Awesome! How'd you shoot that?
     
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    Sweet pic. That's gorgemous! I love the colors.

    The black in the lower right is just a touch heavy for me. I would crop up to just below where the cyan reflection ends and in from the right just a smidge. It's a small crop, but the balance feels better to me. You could come in the same amount on the left to keep the moon centered.
     
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    Elegant, perfect. I love pictures with lots of dark blue.

    Give us some details of where this is and how you took it.
     
  6. Tuna

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    Thank you for your comments! This was a standard time exposure and I did not record the exposure details. Probably 8 to 16 seconds at about f/8 or 11. Shot with my old Canon FTBn, 50mm lens on Kodak EC Slide Film. The location is Virginia Beach, Va. and that is the Chesapeake Bay Bridge in the distance.
     
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    VERY nice :) Great work!
     
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    agree with all of them
    just beautiful!!!!
     
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    Unbelievable shot!
    At first I thought the pic had suffered a severe dose of Photoshop until I read the exposure details...really well done!
     
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    Very nice pic! Very calming mood there. Looks like a wall hanger to me! :)
     
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    I agree! You gotta have a print made and hang that one up in a nice matte and frame!
     

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