Two autumn trees

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  1. boogaguy

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    I like the lighting
     
  3. boogaguy

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    Its a street light
     
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    agreed...the lighting that the mood gives to these two trees is awesome, i love it....was that taken with a tripod at a prolonged shutter speed and high ISO?
     
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    no tripod.
    iso 400
    hand held while leaning against the door in my car with the window down. :)
    it was about 1.5 second shutter speed. the wind was blowing as well.
     
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    thats pretty damn good without using a tripod at 1.5 sec!
     
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    Nice photo! ;the ground looks like a painting
     
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    well that is one way of removing colour! - how about trying B&W instead of that horrible sodium lighting
     
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    ^-- I think the colour works here, it's got a soft, dreamy, wonderland feel about it..
     
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    Agreed,

    The colour gives the image its main uniqueness
     

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