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  • #328376

    new2photo
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    f2.8 30 sec. ISO 400 11mm CC pleasebusy highway

  • #328379

    ndjetfan
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    having the left lane enter the photo should be moved and a bit to much dead space on the top. Other than that cool shot

  • #328537

    Kent DuFault
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    I like it a lot. I will say this right up front for any other Lightstalkers that come to view this… You must look at this shot large to appreciate it. Click on the pic. I had some critical thoughts before I looked at it large. Now… I'm just going to say, “I love it!”. It has a very Scifi – “BladeRunner” feel to it. Thumbs up from me.

    • #328590

      ndjetfan
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      Larger is better looks a whole lot different

  • #328608

    bucweeet
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    I was initially thinking that you should be further to the left so the image was more symmetrical, but…  after viewing it large, I think you were in the perfect spot.  Nicely done

  • #328627

    Robert Apple
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    I would clone out the orange posts and the barrier on the right side , for me they are eye snags for the flow into the distance.

    Not  sure about Kent's Blade Runner reference, more like Tron, me thinks.

    Like this photo.

  • #328642

    Tom M
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    Yeah- does remind me of Tron. I especially like the stars.

     

    Tom

     

  • #328801

    Falxy
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    Hi new2photo….don't mind this at all! 🙂

    with Kent on the larger………………would maybe clone out the two distractions l/h side….look like a post and pallet………..good work.

  • #328818

    new2photo
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    yeah there was road construction which sort of worked better because the cars where moving slower  thanks for the comments

     

  • #328822

    Graham Hart
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    Definitely better seen large which is odd because I read a tip once that said to best judge the balance of light in a image, shrink it down to thumbnail size. No hard and fast rules in this game I guess. Were you standing on a bridge for this shot I wonder? Great perpective and I like the off-centre weighting too.

    • #328948

      new2photo
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      yes I was Graham a Interstate overpass that isn't used much until harvest and planting season

  • #328971

    Tobie
    Moderator

    I agree about seeing it large. I probably would have tried to get the point where the lines converge a little more off-center but a lovely shot. Nothing wrong with all of the space at the top if one looks at the large version where the stars play an important role.

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