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    Ralph, glad to see you are hooked on night photography. I am too. After seeing your photo, I have one suggestion: Set your White Balance to 3200 K. Even though it is dark, there is so much ambient light that you get the brownish/orange color cast. Setting your white balance to 3200K will fix that. If you are shooting in raw, you can fix it in Photoshop.

    Here’s a link to my article on night photography: http://www.goldimagesphoto.com/Nightscapes

    Here’s the link to my night time shots: http://www.goldimagesphoto.com/Portfolio/After-Dark/

    Al

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        WONDERFUL, Alan. You have been busy! I particularly like the use of water (and secondly snow) as foreground. I’m sure the mountain views are popular. And, of course, the star tracks are fabulous! Well done.

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      Hello, Alan. Please use my “main” e-mail account for speedier replies and conversation. ralph.smith@colostate.edu works much better than all the rest. This one if fine, but I don’t check it often, and things slip by!

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