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    Paiseh. Didnt catch that previously. It just popped into my mind again and again. My bad

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    I did not say he is not. I just said, if you have no proof, then give him the benefit of doubt.

    And I did warn you guys not to mention this again... so better zip it. thanks. Not going to give any warning again.
    Sorry if I offended you. I really don't mean anything. But I think I need to explain myself. I remember clearly reading in one of the thread when someone pointed out Jones24 and Soulblade88 sounds the same, one of the mod (can't remember who but definitely not you) did mentioned that the two person are not the same even when they sounds alike. And this is before you have mentioned your message and I respected that... plus the decision of the previous mod who mentioned that they are not the same person.

    I cannot seemed to find the thread anymore though, so I have no proof of what I have said...

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    Ok back to the topic.

    I wonder if TS can post the original unedited photo as well?

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    Better than your previous photos but still have room for improvement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soulblade88 View Post

    All right hmmm whose do you reccommend?
    Do a search...

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    Default Clarke quay along singapore river at night

    Pity about the boat cos it was moving that was why it went out of focus






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    Default Re: Clarke quay along singapore river at night

    You could have shot at a higher ISO with a faster shutter then blended in the boat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mardellion View Post
    You could have shot at a higher ISO with a faster shutter then blended in the boat.
    How do you blend it in? That means take 2 different pictures one with higher iso so the boat is clear. Isn't that something like HDR?

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    How do you blend it in? That means take 2 different pictures one with higher iso so the boat is clear. Isn't that something like HDR?
    Look at this tut. The idea is to blend the boat with the same exposure in, not to blend different exposures in. For example you took this boat at ISO100, 1/8 sec. You increase your ISO by 4 stops to ISO 1600, thus allowing you a 4 stops faster shutter speed, which is 1/125. By doing this, you're compensating higher ISO for a faster shutter speed. Your exposure have not changed. After that, follow the tutorial, and just 'erase' the boat in photoshop.

    Hope you can understand. I suck at explaining things.
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    Is there a need to get motion blur free of the boats?
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    Default Re: Clarke quay along singapore river at night

    The photo looks over exposed so there is room to increase the shutter speed while maintaining the ISO and aperture.

    A GND soft of 0.6 or 0.9 may help as well to balance the exposure of the upper and lower half of the photo. This can be done in LR or a physical GND filter.

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    Default Re: Clarke quay along singapore river at night

    Highlights are blown, but that's ok with me as I do prefer some blown highlights along the way, though not as much as to your extent in the pic. What u need here is a good composition to make the picture stand out.

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    Default Re: Clarke quay along singapore river at night

    Quote Originally Posted by mardellion View Post
    Look at this tut. The idea is to blend the boat with the same exposure in, not to blend different exposures in. For example you took this boat at ISO100, 1/8 sec. You increase your ISO by 4 stops to ISO 1600, thus allowing you a 4 stops faster shutter speed, which is 1/125. By doing this, you're compensating higher ISO for a faster shutter speed. Your exposure have not changed. After that, follow the tutorial, and just 'erase' the boat in photoshop.

    Hope you can understand. I suck at explaining things.
    Ah i see. One more new technique. Let me try it one day.

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    Default Re: Clarke quay along singapore river at night

    Quote Originally Posted by Luminare View Post
    The photo looks over exposed so there is room to increase the shutter speed while maintaining the ISO and aperture.

    A GND soft of 0.6 or 0.9 may help as well to balance the exposure of the upper and lower half of the photo. This can be done in LR or a physical GND filter.
    I have LR let me try to search what GND means though and how to change it in LR.

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    Default Re: Clarke quay along singapore river at night

    You can drag the white and highlight down in lightroom to recover the blown highlight.
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    what is there so interesting about a dark sky?
    you need to work on your composition.
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    Should i have cropped out more of the sky? It was a horizontal shot into the distance.

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    2nd picture edit same ratio


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