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Thread: Petronas KLCC Twin Towers at midnight

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    Default Petronas KLCC Twin Towers at midnight

    All shots were taken between 12a.m. - 1a.m.

    All shots taken with camera mounted on a SLIK Able 300DX tripod + RS60-E3 Remote Control .

    Petronas Twin Towers under the moonlight
    Canon EOS300+ Canon 28-90 AF + NPH400 + 10"@f27



    Petronas Twin Towers & Menara Maxis
    Canon EOS300+ Canon 28-90 AF + NPH400 + 20"@f27



    Petronas Twin Towers close up @ 300mm
    Canon EOS300+ Canon 75-300 usm III AF@300mm + NPH400 + 30"@f45



    Suria KLCC
    Canon EOS300+ Canon 28-90 AF + NPH400 + 30"@f32



    Comments please....any tips + techniques + ideas you can think of to help me improve the pics? It's my first time taking night shots, so I'm a bit raw on this subject.

    Cheers,
    Allan
    p/s: some of the pics of the petronas twin towers gave me a neck ache even when I used the tripod ! Think it's time to get a tilt + shift lense.
    Last edited by allanphang; 22nd October 2002 at 02:41 AM.

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    The website that you used doesn't allow direct-linking.

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    shots were taken between 12a.m. - 1a.m.

    Public Bank,K.L
    Canon EOS300+ Canon 28-90 AF + NPH400 + 30"@f32



    KLCC Park
    Canon EOS300+ Canon 28-90 AF + NPH400 + 30"@f27



    Another shot of the Petronas Twin Towers under the full moon
    Canon EOS300+ Canon 28-90 AF + NPH400 + 8"@f9.5


    For the record, the lights on the twin towers were off + pitch black when this shot was taken. The lit-up tower effect was caused by the moonlight.


    Suggestions are highly honoured whereas critiques and criticisms are very helpful

    Cheers,
    Allan
    Last edited by allanphang; 21st October 2002 at 11:49 PM.

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    Acieed,

    Can you pls reccommend me some sites which allow direct linking?

    Thanx!

    Cheers,
    Allan

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    I believe www.openlens.com does.

    Otherwise, you can simply paste the primary url to your gallery and we can view it there.

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    Acieed,

    I tried openlens and imagestation....it didn't work for a while....and later it did work! ...hmm...i guess I'll store it on my own webspace for the time being.

    Thanx!

    Cheers,
    Allan

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