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Saturday night fever...

By davidsaenzchan
I have my camera on a technical support center and seing that I can only upload a picture per day...I decided to see if I could include one of my old ones...This is very similar to the one that I uploaded last week...

Now please let me know which one you like better and If you like the other one 4 it!!!! (I vote away for my first reader's choice award!!! How exciting!!!!) I hope you have a good monday...

Tags: Landscape Australia Reflections Landscape and travel Citylights

Voters: User_Removed, cdm36, DarrenSmithPhotography and 18 more

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3 Feb 2008 10:07PM
a very appealing image with good lines

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3 Feb 2008 10:09PM
Both photos are brilliant,but the B&W photo taken at night comes up tops.

Thanks Michael, I don't know...I think I like it better as well...Does someone know how could I have changed the clouds to a whiter color?
Sue_R Plus
12 11 6 United Kingdom
3 Feb 2008 10:39PM
Definitely the colour version for me.

SKavanagh 10 312 5 England
3 Feb 2008 10:46PM
Excellent shot
_Helena_ 11 596 1 United States
4 Feb 2008 5:29AM
You could try an infra red filter on the black and white, playing around with the settings depending on the color channel you use can give you whiter clouds.

And I recommend a more tungsten type lighting/white balance with the color version. I love taking night time city scapes, so both of these photographs really appeal to me. The color is probably my favorite.
glyndwr 10 66 10 Wales
4 Feb 2008 10:35AM
This is nicer than previous image, much clearer.
You don't say and it might seem daft, I guess you had an 8 ~ 10 second exposure, did you use a tripod?
Sorry if it seems daft, just trying to help.
Good luck, keep 'em coming.

I used a much longer exposure. I used ISO 200 and an expossure of 30 sec. The f was 18.0 and the focal length 26mm. Thanks a lot for your comments!!! I used a tripod and the timer to avoid vibrations!!

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