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Alone in the dark

By chrisheathcote  
30 sec @ f13
flash on full power
ISO 400
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

Tags: Landscape Light Flash Snow Tree Night Flowers and plants Landscape and travel Night and low light

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Jestertheclown 7 7.2k 249 England
29 Nov 2010 10:12PM
Blimey!
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.

Bren.

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29 Nov 2010 10:23PM
I think my screen is a bit off Smile. Just seen this on my phone screen and see what u mean!!!! I'll re adjust and repost
30 Nov 2010 7:27AM
Have adjusted a bit and uploaded again
paulbroad 8 108 1010 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2010 9:15AM
Very, very dark indeed. Far too much so. The mods are rather better, but still not convinced your content is adequate.

Paul
30 Nov 2010 9:37AM
Paul,
Ignore the main picture. Looking at mod 1, any tips on how the content could be improved
Chris
paulbroad 8 108 1010 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2010 1:26PM
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.

Paul

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