Exploring downtown SD at night

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  1. xzyragon

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    I like the train shot!
     
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    The last is the best by far in my opinion. However, I would remove the piece of building in the top right and the lights below it. These elements are distracting from what could be a very clean, long exposure shot.
     
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    I like the 1st & 3rd. Nothing at all wrong with #2, but those others are very nice! I do agree with pearl though and would crop as suggested...would make an outstanding pic.
     
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    Ill crop the third one tonight. Thanks guys!
     
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    Nice. We're in SD for the holidays but I've been spending my time shooting sunsets. I need to get out more if I get some more free time.
     
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    Scripps Pier on La Jolla Shores is awesome, as well as Sunset Cliffs. And you can see all of downtown from the top of the Hyatt in Downtown.
     
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    Visited for a week back in Febuary-- beautiful place. My only disapointment was Scripps peir had beyond awful weather the day I made it down there; but the rest of the trip and the city are amazing. I spent a week with camera in hand; nearly 1k shots.

    La Jolla; Balboa Park; downtown was it Gaslamp or gaslight district.... All beautiful places
     
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    Thanks for the info!

    I honestly don't if I'll have any free time for it. We're on Coronado Island and the family has a vacation itinerary. So I'll see what happens :fingers crossed:
     

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