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  • #1395
    soosh
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    So the nights are too dark to play out late, but not dark enough yet for serious night photography. And the skies have been crappy and overcast. What’s an easily-distracted photographer to do?

    Head out to some favorite day spots with flares, to see what sort of images might result.

    #18504
    soosh
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    #18505
    staplermofo
    Participant

    That’s it, I’m mailing you a crazed hobo.

    #18506
    jpatten
    Participant

    some very cool pictures!

    #18507
    linguine
    Participant

    Great shots, I really love the 2nd shot in your 2nd post.

    #18508
    Elsinore
    Keymaster

    Wow, good stuff. I love love love the orange flare silhouetting the trees. Excellent choice for the silhouette theme.

    #18509
    Killerclaw
    Participant

    Filters? Different colored flares?

    #18510
    soosh
    Participant

    Filters? Different colored flares?

    Photoshop Channel Mixer.

    #18511
    Elsinore
    Keymaster

    You mentioned that you didn’t feel comfy submitting stuff you’d tweaked a lot with channel mixer, but we’ve considered that fair game for b/w conversion for a long time, and I wouldn’t necessarily see the color version as out of bounds for the current rules.

    #18512
    soosh
    Participant

    You mentioned that you didn’t feel comfy submitting stuff you’d tweaked a lot with channel mixer, but we’ve considered that fair game for b/w conversion for a long time, and I wouldn’t necessarily see the color version as out of bounds for the current rules.

    Good to know. I really like the shot with the yellow/green glow, and hope to use it at some point.

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