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PostPosted: Fri Feb 12, 2010 12:00 am 
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Thank you Jeremy.

Here's the final country from this trip's night tour...I didn't hit them all this time with the UWA as I've photographed some of them many times in the past with other lenses - I'll save them until next trip.

This is the China pavilion...the moon was particularly well positioned over the temple, which was very storybook:

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Another great set zackiedawg,

Did you shoot these in the middle of the night or did you PP the people out of them, unusual to see no people at such locations.

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No processing, and not too late at night...these are around 7:30-9pm, and the parks were still open. That's one of the side benefits to long exposures - a 10-15 second exposure will just ghost people right out of the shot, unless they stop in your frame and don't move for a while, or wear something that catches light or reflection.


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zackiedawg

Great series - congratulations. I'm liking your pbase site too - lots of great night shots there...


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Thank you Phil...much appreciated!

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 15, 2010 9:28 pm 
great shots, I love sharp long exposures. there's so many iffy ones out there.

this is one of the reasons I need a dslr, for exposures over 8 seconds [most my current cam can muster]

beautiful buildings, beautifully captured.


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