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saeidNL 7 3 Netherlands
1 Mar 2011 10:41PM
Great night shot,very well done,
saeid

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Adam_H 9 62 United Kingdom
2 Mar 2011 7:26AM
Smashing night time image, i love the very deep red tail. It really leaps off the page.
Regards Adam..
5 Mar 2011 12:27PM
Well taken low light image. A
davey_griffo 7 213 165 England
12 Mar 2011 11:02AM
A very well exposed night shot.

Just a couple of suggestions.

The focus is on the foreground, where there's little to see. I'd have gone for the car under the street light.

If the road isn't nusy, you could try merging 2 or more exposures. It's easy enough to do in Photoshop, if that's what you use.
You set the focus & exposure, then switch both to manual, so they don't change.
Take several pictures as traffic passes.
Put them all in PS on separate layers.
Change the blending mode for all layers, apart from background, to lighten.

Hey-presto, instant M25 during rush hour!! (That's a very busy motorway-cum-ring-road around London, in case you didn't know).
devlin 6 652 39 India
12 Mar 2011 11:18AM
Hey thanks Davey, actually i do have several exposures of this one from the same vantage point as well as same settings...will try the merging and see what happens Smile
Cheers
davey_griffo 7 213 165 England
13 Mar 2011 9:56AM
Good luck with that. If you didn't use a tripod, you will find they are not aligned properly, unless you have a very steady hand. You can get PS to do all the work. Just follow this tutorial .

And be sure to show us the results.

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