Waterfalls at Night and Downtown.

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  1. Wyjid

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    usually they light the falls, but tonight just the streetlights lit it. it has a different look that normal. a bit softer.

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    the second shot is really cool.
    what did you do to get the effect?
     
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    The second one's easily the most fascinating, creating that fog-like water from the long exposure (how long?).

    Of the downtown-pics I like the last best with the curving around the parked car. Looks cool. The driver certainly did not over-use his indicator ;).
     
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    I like ur second and fourth shot they are awesome.....How long were your exposures and ur equipment??
     
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    what effect, the foginess? shadowsin fog? or purple and yellow water?
    I use a Pentax K20, DA 18-250mm, F4.5 20seconds. PP curves, inverse S with additional boost in midtones, boost blue, reduce red.
    Thanks for the comments, i like the car pulling out to. if you notice, it's the same car that pulled in to park in the other picture. i figured it would pull out so had to rush to take the second one to get him pulling out.
     

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