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Old 3rd of July 2008 (Thu)   #1
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Default Roundabout at Night

This was my first try at this type of photography and I obviously need some work. C&C welcome.

I like the light "trails" best in this one...


I could use a little more light on the subject

Here I tried two hand held flashes but didn't get them to fire at the same time. Also there is too much light on the sidewalk and I am in the frame
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#3 is looking better. Keep at it.
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number 3 looks really cool
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All three are cool shots in their own way. No3 is really nice seeing the car!
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Default Re: Roundabout at Night

Thanks for the comments.

I was trying to get a good shot of the car in all three. I'll keep trying.
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These are good stuff. I am going to keep my eye out for some more like this. Good job.
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