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PostPosted: Sun Sep 19, 2010 2:00 am 
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Hi all,

Had some time to kill one night, CC welcome.

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Nice shots. The last is my favourite. I found myself twisting my neck to look at the first one but beautiful colour in it :D

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Amazing shots, I like #1 the most. I think I would prefer to have it straight though.

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awesome night shots Vissie, my fav has to be the second last (the black looks so good)


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Hi Guys,

Thank you for the feedback, tried something different with the opera house. Funny but you can’t help but twist your head to look the photo :)

Only thing that I changed in the second last photo was the WB, definitely something I would play around with next time I am out at night.

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Nice shots, Vissie. I like 1 actually - it's different, plus you've got some good light trails from an aircraft climbing out of the airport too.

I cannot see the EXIF data on any of your shots, but regarding WB I would either not worry about it and shoot in RAW, or try manually selecting WB in the 2500-2800K range at night - this will create a more natural looking scene if there are lots of different lighting types in the shot.


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I like #4 the best myself, compositionally as well as the nice detail and sharpness. Nice work.

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 23, 2010 9:39 pm 
1st one just gave me a headache trying to fix my neck to see it...I understand you wanna try a different angle, but it would be nicer (that shot in particular) with a natural angle..

Last shot is the best one for me for sure.

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