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One with a lens that I am very happy with. It's tack sharp!
50mm prime 1.8 at F11 for 20 seconds. The shot was grabbed half hour after sunset and the light in the sky is a mixture of ambient light, street lights and the glow of the city of Brizzle!!
you know i love this one. fabulous colours. love the starbursts and the bridge is well exposed. shortlisted.large is a must.lesley
Nice mix of light sources Dave, a fine scene indeed. Bet it looks good printed large.
One [very] minor point, personally I'd like to see a touch more sharpening on the bridge structure to the left of the towers - it just feels a little soft on the large version. I do appreciate it's only the web version though
Nice! It was well worth getting out.
Excellent capture, the colours and sharpness are great
A stunning image..........Martin
Like the light and colours in this Dave, good work.
I have just viewed the large version, really is superb Dave - I think the exposure is perfect for all those little lights, love the sky colours too, oh and the reflection!
Great detail & colour Dave....love the light and reflective colour.
Have an RC!
Fabulous image,excellent work.
Striking colour and a very nice composition.
Love it Dave.
Nice one Dave, love the colours. I've just picked up one of these lens', they are superb aren't they especially when you compare its price!!!
Knocks socks off my 60mm micro!
Love this one Dave. Looks very sharp on my monitor nice colours as well.
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