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    Default Let there be light

    as I was walking home one night, I decided to play with the shutter speed of my cam. All are lightings from HDB flats and some cars. I think someone should've done this before, but here's my take


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    Default Re: Let there be light

    Not too sure about this, bit it look pretty nice to me.

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    Hmm thanks not sure whether it will work for other people though ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by estronutz
    as I was walking home one night, I decided to play with the shutter speed of my cam. All are lightings from HDB flats and some cars.
    huh? u mean the lights fr the HDB flats were moving? or did u move ur cam as u took the pic? paiseh if i'm asking a silly question.. very new in this field.

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    Default Re: Let there be light

    I moved my cam in circles and random actions (okay, I looked pretty much like some crazy guy shaking him cam).

    So instead of the light trails u get from moving cars .. you get this from stationary HDB flats lightings hope this helps.

    Anyway I don't think i'm in anyway better or more pro than u ... no question's too silly ya ?

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    I like picture #3 the best!! It's nice and has a smoothing effect on me.. Haha.. Infact tried in some time ago, and you're right, ppl like look like you like you're some nuts..

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    Default Re: Let there be light

    1 and 2 look way too cluttered and messy, number 3 is poorly composed, i dont like it at the top, but the light looks cool in it and number 4 is nice, think it works well

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    Less overblown white would be better. More of the other colors would show through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildstallion
    1 and 2 look way too cluttered and messy, number 3 is poorly composed, i dont like it at the top, but the light looks cool in it and number 4 is nice, think it works well
    hmmm thanks for your comments ... guess its subjective ya ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by biggulp
    Less overblown white would be better. More of the other colors would show through.
    thanks ... I'm actually experimenting here ... still haven't figured a way to capture lots of colour .. but not so over exposed ... newbie mah ..

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    Default Re: Let there be light

    Quote Originally Posted by wildstallion
    1 and 2 look way too cluttered and messy, number 3 is poorly composed, i dont like it at the top, but the light looks cool in it and number 4 is nice, think it works well
    I quite agree with wildstation. I've done this 20 years back when I first got my manual SLR Canon AE1 with 50mm lens. Looks quite cool when I took pictures of the HDB flats nearby. Sometimes less is more...and it does look nice too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joecool
    I quite agree with wildstation. I've done this 20 years back when I first got my manual SLR Canon AE1 with 50mm lens. Looks quite cool when I took pictures of the HDB flats nearby. Sometimes less is more...and it does look nice too.
    Wah ... 20 years back ... i'm still sucking my pacifier ... haha

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