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    C&C Please. Thanks.

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    seen this somewhere before....forget where.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nantasy View Post


    C&C Please. Thanks.
    did you use sparkling filter ?
    light looks complicated to me
    anyway, the dark side has no detail.. and the bright side is over

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesmun18 View Post
    did you use sparkling filter ?
    light looks complicated to me
    anyway, the dark side has no detail.. and the bright side is over
    didnt use any sparkling filters..

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    Quote Originally Posted by orislee View Post
    seen this somewhere before....forget where.
    I think I saw a similar photo at the Uniquely Singapore exhibition at National Library recently.
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    Try shooting earlier when the sky is still slightly blue.

    The shadow details are lost.

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    Default Re: Chinatown in the Night

    Quote Originally Posted by nantasy View Post


    C&C Please. Thanks.
    did u use a filter ??? nice pic...

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    where u took this? i wanna try taking with a ND400 and may be 2-3mins of exposeure :P wonder what effects it will give me

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    Quote Originally Posted by orislee View Post
    seen this somewhere before....forget where.
    Here

    But I must say the exposure for the pic in this thread really bring out the lightings of the streets.
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    BTW ND400 will bring 12 stops of exposeure so if ISO 200 F14 AND 3mins I think the building lights wont go chao tar aka over exposed. Never try b4.. any 1 who uses ND400 care to share with me? New to my ND400 with HMC.. haha.. very good filter.. Bought at $80

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    Nice picture. Good idea. I dont think comments about over/under are valid: what you wanted as shadows are shadows, what as highlights are highlights. So your picture is most OK!

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    Default Re: Chinatown in the Night

    Quote Originally Posted by Jesmun18 View Post
    did you use sparkling filter ?
    what is a 'sparkling filter"?

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