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© (c) René Sandino Monterrey

Werrington Street with fog


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Please let me know your views on the composition and amount of light

captured on this photo. I welcome any other comments. Thanks.

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Normally I would think to use b+w film for night shots, but in this case color really adds a lot to the picture.Did you take a lot of shots ( with different exposure values) of this scene or just one?
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Night photography rocks!

I love the warm colors.

What if there were someone/something in the foreground?

Keep shooting at night!

 

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Great night shot, and exposure is perfect I find. The only thing I wish it didn't have was the fading borders... even though there is fog... just, leave the fog in the photo =)

 

Thanks for sharing.

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Wonderful image.... I'm going to point out an advantage to all the black at the top.... Think ads, think mags, think cards... Perfect place for type. I've learned this from shooting for ads and magazines - especially covers. Also - it serves to bring me totally into the image as if I were there. Tunnels my eye in.
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You managed to capture the light rays streaming through the tree branches, must have been hard to do. That and the fog make this image really interesting.
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Wicked!! Excellent the way the light is streaming. Can't think why people are bothered about too much black. Sometimes space (and the arrangement of it) is just as important an element as the subject. Personal taste I suppose, but I for one like seeing the subject emerge from darkness, it adds much to the mood and gives it impact.
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Fantastic picture. There are colors and contrasts here that are extreamly hard to find. Add to that great composition and what do you get. A super great picture. Thanks for sharing!
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