The Park at Night

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  1. Roy Hubbard

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    Here are some new photos I captured at a local park the night before last. It's very peaceful and quiet, and there's no one around. Just my kind of setting!

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    I find the lights annoying in #1 and 3 but for some reason they work fine in #2. Probably because they are further away and less powerful than in the other images. Also love the tones in that second one.
     
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    The lights are too much of a distraction in the first and third images. If there was only one light and it was illuminating a tree, that would be more interesting. the second image has a nicer feel, I like the glow thats around that tree.
     
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    Was it foggy or misty when you took these pictures? At first I thought it was flare, but thats seems to be wayy too much lol.
     
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    Number 2 has the strongest composition. You can examine the image with more of a flow where I feel like I bounce around at random in the other two. Not sure about the blue effect though or whatever it is.
     
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    Thank you for your comments.

    There was a small amount of fog. The excess flare is due to the long exposure times required for these HDR composites. I took some faster exposures for the lights, which helped keep them from blowing out but the flare remains.
     

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