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Lisbon at Night

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    I know the white balance is way off in the first one because of the lighting, however I kind of liked that yellow\golden tone
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    Outside the train station
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    Inside the train station
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    super set.

    I too love the light in the first shot, and the placement of the wheelchair balances the shot well

    wonderful control of exposure in shot 3

    The perspective in shot 4 is very cool

    I like that you have shown the difference between night and (late) day in he in shots 7 & 8

    The architecture in the station is great. From inside, I think the last shot is my favourite
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    Love the train station shots- what a cool place!!
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    Thanks guys. That train station was really cool. There were so many geometric combinations it was hard to figure out where to point your camera to take shots.
    Runmonty - Thanks for commenting on shots 7 & 8. They were so close I wan't sure whether to include both of them or just the more night shot in 8.

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