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    The weather looks good for night shot tonite, thus took out my gears and took a City Night View from my house. Jpeg image compression can be found at the areas where the backlight sources are. Will try shooting in RAW next time round.

    Warning: 400K+ Image File. Sorry for the size, as this image is better to be viewed in large.

    City Night View

    Camera Model: E5700
    Shutter speed: 11sec
    Aperture: 8.0
    Exposure mode: Manual
    Metering mode: Multi-segment
    ISO: 100
    White balance: Auto

    Comments are welcomed.

    Thks
    Last edited by Viewfinder; 24th January 2003 at 10:50 PM.

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    Nice!!
    But the HDB flats on the left don't really fit in

    should just begin from the left road, then city sky line, then right road

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    hyeah man great sky! stars were out!
    but imho in ur pic the sky is rather featureless, can crop about half away...
    but niiice pano
    "I'm... dreaming... of a wide... angle~
    Just like the ones I used to know~"

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    looks underexposed? did u bracket? would be interesting to compare the bracketed shots.
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    Viewfinder, i like your nightshots. Got any tips for a new learner like me?
    using a G3 here

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    denizenx, FLiNcHY, djork: Thanks for your valuable comments. Will try and capture again based on these inputs.



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    Originally posted by FLiNcHY
    Viewfinder, i like your nightshots. Got any tips for a new learner like me?
    using a G3 here
    Thanks for your kind comments.

    I played ard with different white balancing for my night shots. As for the rest, it's the same. Must use tripod and use appropriate shutterspeed with the largest aperture number available on your cam (in my case it's f/8)

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    haha ok thanks
    \i also realised that the smallest arperture is always needed
    f/8 for my g3 too

    next time u go for nightshoots, can i tompang along?

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    Originally posted by FLiNcHY
    haha ok thanks
    \i also realised that the smallest arperture is always needed
    f/8 for my g3 too

    next time u go for nightshoots, can i tompang along?
    sure, no prob. or can I tompang along if u r going for niteshoots.

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    Originally posted by Viewfinder


    sure, no prob. or can I tompang along if u r going for niteshoots.
    i dont have car man
    only can do simple nightshoots

    cannot go down the bay area nightshoots


    Are there any other nice places to shoot in singapore besides the city skyline?

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