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  1. #21

    Default Re: Tips for nite shoot

    hmm... cos not only taking night scenery at the same time... if move to somewhere that will require flash to help

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    Default Re: Tips for nite shoot

    Quote Originally Posted by oTaRu
    thanks for the tips~! will get some time to learn again...
    You will be learning everyday from everyone you meet.
    Learn little by little and one never stop learning.
    It takes a life time to learn photography.

    You have a good camera so start getting more involved
    in the learning curve. Be a learner every minute of the day.

    As for your case, use the widest aperture of f/2.8 and check the
    shutter speed before making the exposure. If the shutter speed
    is less than 1/8 sec you will have no choice but to use a tripod
    else you will have to master holding the camera rock steady at that
    speed. Most likely you will get blurred results similiar to what you
    have posted.

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    Never leave home without a camera.
    Seeing through the lens of a crappy
    point and shoot camera with a fast lens
    and high noise will give you a new found
    joy in photography!

  3. #23

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    Quote Originally Posted by forward
    You will be learning everyday from everyone you meet.
    Learn little by little and one never stop learning.
    It takes a life time to learn photography.

    You have a good camera so start getting more involved
    in the learning curve. Be a learner every minute of the day.

    As for your case, use the widest aperture of f/2.8 and check the
    shutter speed before making the exposure. If the shutter speed
    is less than 1/8 sec you will have no choice but to use a tripod
    else you will have to master holding the camera rock steady at that
    speed. Most likely you will get blurred results similiar to what you
    have posted.

    -------------------------------------------
    Never leave home without a camera.
    Seeing through the lens of a crappy
    point and shoot camera with a fast lens
    and high noise will give you a new found
    joy in photography!

    thanks for the teaching~! i also know that it's take life time to learn... shall getting more involved during free time...

  4. #24

    Default Re: Tips for nite shoot

    If u use a tripod, it is advised to switch ur OIS off... Dun ask me why, the panasonic guys say one...

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    Default Re: Tips for nite shoot

    Quote Originally Posted by Hong Jia
    If u use a tripod, it is advised to switch ur OIS off... Dun ask me why, the panasonic guys say one...
    i think thats to stop the counter shake of the camera. i also thought of why the pana-users told me that too.

    anyway, tripod is a must for night photography! i learnt that after trying out with some of my friends other camera's...although Fz5 is not that good for night, its still decent...

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    Default Re: Tips for nite shoot

    can't be help since FZ5 suffer noise at iso 200 or 400 but anyway can try taking a picture at iso 400 then do noise reduction,at the expense of losing some slight details but anyway can't expect night photo to be very detailed in low light conditions.
    Last edited by Simon_84; 27th January 2006 at 11:45 AM.

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