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Thread: Night Shots Once Again!

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    Jason, a big on your shots and effort.

    Looks like you are fully ultilizing your A40.
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    Originally posted by Kazu
    Menace how long was ur shutter speed?

    Take a look at my nite shots
    http://www.pbase.com/kazu/night_shooting
    1st shot :2.5 secs, F 3.2

    2nd shot: 10 secs, F10

    3rd shot: 13 secs, F8

    4th shot: 0.5 sec , F 4.5

    5th shot: 5 secs, F9

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    Originally posted by KingKongChar




    The same old saying from some pro photographers : "It is the photographer, and not the equipment that makes the difference."
    and also need luck, this time i was lucky, the clouds helped, it reflected the street lights off the ground, making the sky looks abit white.

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    Originally posted by Wolfgang
    Jason, a big on your shots and effort.

    Looks like you are fully ultilizing your A40.
    Thanks wolfie! Will try to make use of it even more.

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    Hahaha...true true..
    it lies with the photographer !

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    Having a tripod is a necessity for shots like this isn't it?

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    I tink so...

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    Originally posted by Gr|ever
    Having a tripod is a necessity for shots like this isn't it?
    Depends on the shutter. If too long and aperture already the biggest, need tripod loh..

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    actually i feel, tripod is very important

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    Originally posted by behyx
    actually i feel, tripod is very important
    agree with you, i have quite a shakey hand... so under low light conditions, always get hand shakes.

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