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  1. JonMikal

    JonMikal TPF Noob!

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    caught these guys last night enjoying the view from the Lincoln Memorial:


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    thanks for looking
     
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    Wow Jon. It always amazes me how you can just catch something like this. And you can just capture your subjects so well. Very cool Jon!!!!
     
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    Well I really like the perspective and the composition on this shot, unfortunately for me the viewers are too dark. I like the way their clothes stand out but it leaves me wanting to see just a bit more of their heads. Maybe it's my screen, can't really tell for sure! : )
     
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    Yes, very cool indeed. Either DC is the most fascinating place on the planet or you are just unbelievably talented.

    Ok, I want my chocolates now.:p
     
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    same here. however, i do like how you've added some more interest into the shot with the sightseers. :thumbup:
     
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    i just wish i could get night shots this good.... "holy ,dark shots, bat man.."

    as always....right bat place....right bat time......should i have said "crow" ???
     
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    Awesome photo - keeps it from being "just another monument photo"
     
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    Got some great light happening here, just enough to make a very good shot. Well done, seened and composed.
     
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    Jon:

    Way cool crop!!
     
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    Just great!! as always!!
     
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    I am leaning towards PhotoGals comments on the heads other than than great shot. Ernie
     
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    i appreciate the comments everyone. regarding the heads, i agree they are a bit dark, but in my shots i try to show the viewer what i saw, unless i get real weird in PS like my son wants me to do ;) . increasing the exposure wouldn't have worked for me here. thanks again.
     

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