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30 sec @ f13
flash on full power
Shot in RAW and edited in lightroom
First attempt with night photography,wanted to single out the tree. Personally I like the colour that the tail lights add to the scene
Adjustments made. Used the Brush tool to adjust exposure of tree and cropped
These are modifications uploaded by other members of the photo above. Download the photo by right clicking Download Photo and clicking Save As.
I've just had a go at this and using nothing more than levels, you can get a thousand different versions!
I think this one's a bit too dark, having seen what's in that darkness.
There are lots of stars and other detail in there which I personally think add quite a bit to the image.
However, if it's black, blackness that you're after, then this works for me as well.
Horses for courses, I guess.
And yes, I do like the addition of the car's lights.
Hope this helps.
I think my screen is a bit off . Just seen this on my phone screen and see what u mean!!!! I'll re adjust and repost
Have adjusted a bit and uploaded again
Very, very dark indeed. Far too much so. The mods are rather better, but still not convinced your content is adequate.
Ignore the main picture. Looking at mod 1, any tips on how the content could be improved
Mod 2 is best I think. You need a right hand crop to place the tree on the right third. Then you have a reasonable image, but still not over thrilled with content./ Just a personal thing.
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