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A tale about "Accepting Feedback"

Published April 13th, 2012

I just wanted to post an example of improving your work via proper critique and feedback. I had another photographer open my eyes to a minor change to one of my photos and I really enjoyed the new and more appealing look. Since I had never shot night photos with Film back in the day, I had no idea about the tungsten film options used to bring in a more blue cast to photos. You can read some more about the shots in their descriptions. Please feel free to like and fav if you enjoy them.



I hope you enjoy the images.



Crackle on the Sciota (blue)

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Crackle on the Scioto (blue)

This is one of the last shots I got off before some strong winds started to blow me around. This was shortly after the 3rd tornado siren went off and I thought it was a good idea to start making my way back to my car. It is parked on the other side of the bridge next to the lightning bolt :)

The red glow in the clouds is actually from another buildings signage. The AEP building in downtown Columbus has a multi colored LED stripe across the entire top of it. It came on and lit up the clouds with this crazy red glow. Certainly added to the drama of the scene.

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Crackle on the Scioto

This is one of the last shots I got off before some strong winds started to blow me around. This was shortly after the 3rd tornado siren went off and I thought it was a good idea to start making my way back to my car. It is parked on the other side of the bridge next to the lightning bolt :)

The red glow in the clouds is actually from another buildings signage. The AEP building in downtown Columbus has a multi colored LED stripe across the entire top of it. It came on and lit up the clouds with this crazy red glow. Certainly added to the drama of the scene.

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