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Detroit Skyline

By mswiech
Looking for C&C on the pic I have uploaded that I took tonight. Trying my hand at some night Photography. This is really the only pic that turned out tonight.

f5.6
20sec EX
On a tripod
Please let me know what you think.

Tags: General Architecture Landscape and travel

Voters: DitoInacio, accipiter, VIKI and 6 more


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20 Feb 2011 4:08AM
Beautiful night shot. very well taken, gorgeous details.

regards

Dito

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20 Feb 2011 6:08AM
Great detail and color in this lovely night shot. However I think the horizon needs to be taken up on the left or preferably pushed down on the right and this may help the leaning verticals to the right side of the picture. This would be a very easy correction in most software. A
saeidNL 6 3 Netherlands
20 Feb 2011 8:14AM
Excellent and beautiful night shot indeed,love the colour and reflection in this one,very well done,
saeid
20 Feb 2011 8:39AM
Beautiful night image - well done !

Chris
Jestertheclown 7 7.3k 249 England
20 Feb 2011 10:29PM

Quote:Please let me know what you think.

This is pretty good.

There's loads of colour, although the whites are burnt out, the "horizon", if that's the right word, is on a third but it does need straightening and the image is suffering slightly from "converging verticals". In other words, the buildings at the sides are leaning inwards. Not much you can do with the whites but the rest is easily fixed using software. It can stand quite a bit of sharpening too.
Sadly, I can't upload a mod. here but it only took me a few minutes to straighten and sharpen everything.
Hope this helps.

Jester.

Edit: Mike, did you mean to put this in the critique gallery?
I was about to suggest that you might like to do so but I looked at your pf. and realised that that's where you normally upload.
mswiech 5 3 1 Canada
21 Feb 2011 8:08AM

Quote:Please let me know what you think.
This is pretty good.

There's loads of colour, although the whites are burnt out, the "horizon", if that's the right word, is on a third but it does need straightening and the image is suffering slightly from "converging verticals". In other words, the buildings at the sides are leaning inwards. Not much you can do with the whites but the rest is easily fixed using software. It can stand quite a bit of sharpening too.
Sadly, I can't upload a mod. here but it only took me a few minutes to straighten and sharpen everything.
Hope this helps.

Jester.

Edit: Mike, did you mean to put this in the critique gallery?
I was about to suggest that you might like to do so but I looked at your pf. and realised that that's where you normally upload.



Thanks for the comment. Yes, i noticed it afterwards that the photo was crooked and it was meant to be uploaded into the critique gallery. Thanks again.

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