train station by night (color)

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  1. ernie

    ernie TPF Noob!

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    went out a couple of nights ago to do some shooting, thought i'd get some interesting shots of snowy landscapes. or at least i figured that the snow would add some extra value to the pictures. instead i froze my ass off (it was -8 celsius) and the snow doesn't make much of a difference in the photos, but got some cool shots none the less. enjoy.

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    #3 (this is me getting off the tracks after 15 secs exposure because a train was coming. damn nearly got me killed)
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    I really like the last image.

    Did you add that blue color cast to your images? Tungsten white balance?

    Looks like you're a fan of "The Big Lebowski". It's one of my favorite movies too.
     
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    I liked your B&Ws, but I like these much more. Your 'running like crazy from the train' shot has a much more artistic appeal than any of my 'get the hell out of the way of the tour bus' shots have ever had. A very nice abstract.
     
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    i like the b/w better
     
  5. ernie

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    thanks for the comments guys.

    @Samanax: the blue was added in photoshop, tungsten white balance + color adjustment layer.

    @steez: they're not underexposed, this is how i wanted them. same with the blue, i don't want to correct it, i like it this way.

    and one more (color version of the second b&w post):
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