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19 Jul 2008 10:34AM
Well caught,good one.
mohikan22 17 2.3k 2 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2008 10:37AM
love it
the light trails drawy you into the centre whilst teh buildings "frame" it Grin
Sezz 16 619 15 England
19 Jul 2008 10:37AM
Excellent night shot - like the light trails Nick.

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G73photography 15 417 15 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2008 10:42AM
well composed with e good sky and light trials, i think it would look better if there were slightly less red trails to balance the image more, and a slight horizonal adjustment to bring the "ahead" level with the border as its the first thing i notice,
TrevBatWCC Plus
13 13 19 England
19 Jul 2008 11:46AM
Another terrific shot, Nick, and captured at just the right time of day.
TrevB Smile
lonely_oryx 13 61 55 England
19 Jul 2008 1:49PM
Great shot that should be shared with all and sundry.

I particularly like the movment of the cars.
John_Horner 16 12 2 England
19 Jul 2008 4:25PM
A very nice long exposure with the car trails Nick. Well composed.
jayhyk 13 England
19 Jul 2008 4:35PM
great image
LesF 14 182 9
19 Jul 2008 7:22PM
Works for me also Nick

MalcolmS Plus
16 1.2k 13 England
19 Jul 2008 7:34PM
Great low light capture Nick, I like the 'Ahead Only' sign being visible

DaveU 15 1.4k 127 England
19 Jul 2008 10:41PM
The framework is there Nick .... maybe a touch more contrast to add a little punch though?
RogBrown 14 3.1k 10 England
20 Jul 2008 12:35AM
Worth a click for the hazardous camera position! Agree with DaveU it needs a bit of punch, but great shot.
Nick_w Plus
14 4.3k 99 England
20 Jul 2008 8:55AM
Glad to be #30 Nick
VintageRed 15 15 1 United Kingdom
20 Jul 2008 9:53AM
Thank you all. Once again - some useful critique. You know one day, I think I might get the hang of ths photography lark!

Wooly 15 112 4 England
20 Jul 2008 4:05PM
Very well executed Nick.

To get a shot like that round here, you would have to have a three hour exposure! Wink

ade_mcfade 17 15.2k 216 England
21 Jul 2008 9:43AM
I'd get a curves layer, lower the dark end quite a bit and keep the light end about as it is, get the road looking quite dark to really bring out the light trails.

then use a Grad or even a black brush to stop the effect affecting the sky. the building would benefit from a little more contrast, so leave those in the mask.
VintageRed 15 15 1 United Kingdom
21 Jul 2008 2:34PM
Thanks All.

Thanks Ade for the useful advice

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