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Feb 06, 2007 22:37 |  #1

I was back in Nebraska over christmas and figured I would try this shot out, ive always wanted to do one like this :) C&C much appreciated.

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Feb 06, 2007 22:53 |  #2

While some might complain about the wires, I don't think it's a bad idea putting them in pictures.
In this case, I think it's bad that the truck wires cross them though.

The silhouette is nice... especially how it overlays the main colour of the image.

If you're going to be that far back, you might also try a shot where the truck isn't so horizontally centered.

That moon is pretty small... Good chance for a nice double-exposure with a zoomed lunar shot.


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Feb 07, 2007 06:20 |  #3

Nice shot man!



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Feb 07, 2007 07:27 |  #4

ive always wanted to do one like this

Good idea, but why stop there? Do some more variations on it. Try some using "The Rule of Thirds":
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