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    I had a trip to Osaka over the weekend and took a few night shots. This was one that I liked. What do you guys think? (It was an 8 second exposure.)

    YBBN - James


  • #2
    they all look very fuzzy, slightly on the low quality side of things... maybe a tad blurry.. but the exposure looks good

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    • #3
      Thanks for a comments. Here is one I took after arriving in Kagoshima. I had to wait about 45 minutes for my girlfriends flight to arrive.

      I don't think I'll upload, but I really like the 'feel' of this one. Also, after I upload the fog looks layered. It looked much more natural before I uploaded.


      Also, my girlfriends flight pulling into the gate.
      [photoid=376269]
      YBBN - James

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      • #4
        The one uploaded is nice. I think the others are abit compressed/low quality, and there doesnt seem to be enough contrast. But fair play, nice go anyway

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        • #5
          Thanks. I really enjoy taking night pics. But the key is (I guess with most photography) you need a good tripod. I was reasing the camera on the railing with a few coins to prop it in the right direction.
          YBBN - James

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          • #6
            Originally posted by YBBN
            Thanks. I really enjoy taking night pics. But the key is (I guess with most photography) you need a good tripod. I was reasing the camera on the railing with a few coing to prop it in the right direction.
            To be honest, I hate tripods, because unless you have a pretty sturdy one, and a remote release, they're very hard to use. I prefer a ledge or flat surface to rest the camera on, this way by bracing the camera against it, depressing the shutter causes minimal shake.

            None of my night shots here involved a tripod, always some part of my surroundings.

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            • #7
              The only one that I have is one that is about 3 inches long. I find that with long exposures, even if I brace it against something I still accidently wobble my hand. For it to work with me I have to rest the camera on something and not touch it.
              YBBN - James

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              • #8
                You'll find a remote release is a very handy addition when taking Night shots.

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