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mprocto
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Dec 31, 2013 16:04 |  #1

Looking for some opinions on a few night shots and what could be done to improve. These are my first shots with a t3i.

enhanced the lighting to bring out the busy lights in this street

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enhanced the photo in blue throughout the photo to emphasize the blue street lights.
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Dec 31, 2013 17:18 |  #2

1. Ok but there isn't any story with this shot. The vehicle in the center shouldn't be there unless it is something important to you (but we don't know what that would be).
2. Personally don't like the color. Streetlamps are leaning to the right - straighten the shot.
3. Powerlines are distracting. Plus the aircraft (or whatever) middle-left side shows the breaks between shots. Also distracting. Take those elements out and it would be ok.




  
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Dec 31, 2013 17:37 |  #3

Appreciate the feedback and will incorporate these tips into future shots.
On photo 2 I was spending the longest trying to straighten things out based on the buildings as the vertical piece. I'll have a go at using the light poles and see how that goes!




  
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