Whitby harbour at night

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  1. Rob_W

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    Taken at the end of October last year. When we were there the Goths were gathering
    for their halloween bash and like an idiot i missed so many photo opportunities... :gah:

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    I think this has a nice flair to it. It definitely draws your attention. I would like to see a wider version though, maybe a panorama. I think it would have been cool.
     
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    wow, this is one of the best place to have a date with your special someone..
     
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    Dunno, i was there with the wife... :lol:


    Thank you for the comments
     
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    Nice shot: the reflections add a lot to it. You Avatar = ying-yang-ying??
     
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    Cheers and no, it's not ying-yang-ying, although it does have meaning ...
     
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    I think a smaller aperture might have helped bring the lights out more.
    On the other hand, the water would have become less textured, as with a smaller aperture, you automatically had got a longer exposure, so anything in motion (such as the water) would have blurred more. Question of preferences, I think.

    I like the colour opposition of blues and oranges.
     
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    There is a lot going on in thes photo, but it all works well together.

    The ships in the foreground are not too distracting and work well with the orange of the lights on the buildings. I am at a loss for more to say about it because I am not a pro here, but I can say that it works and I like it.

    Nice work.
     
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    Care to share? :)
     

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