Red Light, Green Light

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  1. cpelsy2k1

    cpelsy2k1 TPF Noob!

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    Hey Everyone,

    I thought these two shots complimented each other. They are from the my hometown, Spencerport, NY right in the village around 11pm. Let me know which shot you think has better exposure (I personally like the mood of the green light shot but let me know what you think!) or any suggestions for photoshopping. Thanks!


    Shot with Canon EOS 30D at 2008-01-20

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    Shot with Canon EOS 30D at 2008-01-20

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    I like the first one much more than the second (which seems underexposed). The reddish reflections on the asphalt (lower right corner) are very nice.
     
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    Hmm, I actually like the second one better because it is darker. To each their own.
     
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    not bad, i can't make up my mind on which one is better though
     
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    I think a better comparison would be to shoot them under the same conditions (settings). The "red" light seems to show a lot more detail in the street. I'd like to see that other one with the same detail (again for comparison).

    Right now, I think you're asking us to compare an apple to an orange.
     

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