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  1. Jaszek

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    Williamsburg Bridge and Manhattan skyline. The Bridge is HDR. Also in the second one you can see how bright the lights of Manhattan are.
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    First shot has some Ghosting going on from the HDR. The second shot doesnt do much of anything for me. I like the "glow" but there is no real way to appreciate it.
     
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    First shot: nice geometry and lines. I'd like it to be centered a bit more (yeah, I know, hard to do on the fly :p).

    Second shot: it's a very distant city, and there isn't much else to keep my attention. Sorry, that's about it for that one.
     
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    Well there shouldn't be any ghosting in the first one because I made it from one RAW. I do see some artifacting due to the resizing. And I couldn't take it from the center since the walkways are on the sides.
     
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    bump
     
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    With the HDR it doesn't work for me because you havn't really brough the under exposed bits out. For that to be a successfull HDR you really needed the over-exposed shots so the details of the underside of the bridge are exposed and useable.
     
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    im not really feelin' the first one.

    the second would be an awesome shot w/ great contrasts, if it were closer.
     

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