Light Trails No.4

10 years 3 weeks ago #132787 by PaulTully
B&W version of a few light trails from last night.

Wanted to try some low angle shots to capture the trails going across, rather than the ones you normally see of highways etc.

You can find the others on my flickr

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10 years 3 weeks ago #132845 by MLKstudios
Zoom, zoom. :)

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10 years 3 weeks ago #133180 by Dori
Well done!! :judge:

Don't pi$$ me off, I am running out of room to store the bodies...

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10 years 3 weeks ago #133237 by Rob pix4u2
very nicely done

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10 years 3 weeks ago #133887 by Scotty
The trails in this are almost invisible.

A stronger sense of framing and maybe a different angle to show off the trails?

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and the last glass of champagne has been drunk
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10 years 3 weeks ago #133889 by Stealthy Ninja

Scotty wrote: The trails in this are almost invisible.

A stronger sense of framing and maybe a different angle to show off the trails?


Yeh if you got lower you could still have got the nice perspective lines from the crossing and made the light trails more dominant.

Orrr you did it on purpose, in which case I'll say: This is an explosive representation of the futility of modern infrastructure. Swirling in a hurdy-gurdy post modern orgy of existentialistic excess.

One or the other. :p

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