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    Default Re: Night Photography

    i also find the westin one a bit dark.

    but i prefer the raffles without auto curves. the auto version is too cool/blue for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roti_prata
    westin has flairing. did u use the hood? stopping down more can also help. i feel that the pics r 1/3ev too dark, but thats just my personal preference.

    i tought ur curve adj was well done(haha but its auto rite) some lost shadows were recovered, like between the words [raffles hotel] and the x'mas decorations
    nope i did not use hood. Was on aperture priority (f/10 and the shutter took 15 sec with no exposure compensation) I do came across recommendations to use +0.3 EV though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d7t3
    i also find the westin one a bit dark.

    but i prefer the raffles without auto curves. the auto version is too cool/blue for me.
    i also prefer the one w/o auto. i suppose there will be times when the auto results in completely diff effects that is not close to wat we actually see.

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    Default Re: Night Photography

    "what we see" isn't always what we want to *create*. it's up to you how you want to interpret the scene.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnvk
    nope i did not use hood. Was on aperture priority (f/10 and the shutter took 15 sec with no exposure compensation) I do came across recommendations to use +0.3 EV though.
    nikon dslrs r generally abit dark. i mostly shoot +0.3 to 0.7

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    Quote Originally Posted by roti_prata
    u need vr
    Indeed, I was considering buying a lens with image stabilizing to replace my kit lens, but decided to instead buy a telezoom. Sometimes I still look back and wonder if I made the right decision.

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