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WOW! viewed 51 times and NO comments, we will leave this forum well alone



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Well, since you really want some kind of feedback, here goes. The most successful nighttime cityscapes, landscapes, etc. are generally taken within about 1/2 hour or so after sunset. At that time the night sky is a rich blue color rather than black. This brighter sky enhances the lights and shapes in the photos. The lights in your photos look okay, but the shapes of the buildings, etc. are lost in the dark. Consequently, there is not enough detail in the photos to capture and hold viewers' interest. Since this is your home area, you may want to try shooting more shots closer to sunset and comparing the results for yourself.
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