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PostPosted: Wed Dec 09, 2009 5:51 am 
Mirror lockup is about minimizing vibrations before firing the shutter, but that doesn't mean anything once you get past 1 or 2 seconds of exposure time.[/quote]

So is it necessary even if you have the timer set, or if you're using a remote?

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 13, 2011 8:08 pm 
Im a total n00b when it comes to taking pics. especially night shots. Ive always had crappy sony point and shoots and this week i got a dslr from a girl at work to play with in an attempt to take some pics for teh companies facebook page.

so i took these last night. any advice you guys can give me to make them better would be great.

original shot.

Shopped it a lil bit.. not sure if i went too much on the levels tho

not sure what i think of these shots.. but they were the best of these angles


I was playing with exposure times from 10-30 seconds, and a F of 5-5.6 all in manual mode

Also i kept having issues just getting the camera to even want to take a pic. it would auto focus. but not take a pic. what gives?

thanks alot

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