"Tricks at Dusk"

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  1. bishopsmead

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    hmm I'd love the shot if the lower part of the bike was a bit visible... I see only dark place alll around and the silhouette of the guy on the bike. But the sky is amazing :)
     
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    Hmm,

    Looks good on the laptop - am I going to have to lighten it??

    Does anyone else find it dark?
     
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    i would try to lighten it slightly, but then if you say it looks good on your laptop,i've tried to change the angle of my monitor,and i must say it does appear better, i think it has room for improvement,looks a scary trick, not something i would attempt..
     
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    yeah its a bit dark. If you lighten it dont lighten the bike rider though. He is a great shilouhete against the sky.
     
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    chroix In Latin it's "spikius conius thingonius"

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    I would lighten the midtones. It is awesome how it looks like he is perched over the edge of the ocean..
     

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