|02/28/2006 06:45:25 PM|
by YourBuddyFloComment by JunieMoon:
Your exposure was too long on this one. You could have reduced the overblown highlights by adjusting your camera to a higher aperture, or even changing your iso to a lower number. Night shots take a lot of practice, but it is worth the trying just to finally get those wonderful shots we all strive to get.
|02/28/2006 05:47:19 PM|
|02/27/2006 09:42:29 PM|
|02/27/2006 07:15:20 PM|
by YourBuddyFloComment by emmylou:
I think something should be in focus in this photo... I would opt for the gentleman in the foreground. That would of been very cool. Stationary subject close to the camera, sharp and focused, while the world blurs by him.
|02/25/2006 03:20:33 PM|
|02/24/2006 02:24:45 PM|
by YourBuddyFloComment by oanav:
by the look of the border this is a scanned photo?! you should at least cropped it better... it's not interesting as a portrait or as a night scene or as an urban scene, the overexposed areas are bad, the trees with lights are ugly; looks like a snapshot with no particular merits at all
|02/23/2006 03:52:27 PM|
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|02/21/2006 06:37:56 PM|
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