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For the last couple of evenings, I have been atempting to create a night scenario of the Clarendon route but on my laptop I am finding it difficult to judge the lighting conditions which give the best effect. Set on a clear moonlit night ~2 hours after sunset is the time; heading north with the moonlight behind.

http://dennis-lance.fotopic.net/p23792170.html

Problem I've got is because of the 'directional' nature of my laptop display, I am finding it very difficult to judge what brightness is required.

So, simple question, does the lighting in the image look right on your display? (I have not yet lit the platform surfaces or the shelter so ignore these).

Opinions appreciated.
 
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Hi-Ho....Hi-Ho it's off to work I go then. Really wasn't sure if this was looking any good or not. Next time I'll buy a CRT, much easier to do this sort of work onas the brightness doesn't change every time you move!
 
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