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    some kind of filter used?

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    issit me or is the orange over-saturated? turning kinda brownish.

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    a bit underexposed.

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    Originally posted by thoa_rs
    a bit underexposed.
    yeah. dat 2...

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    Originally posted by
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    some kind of filter used?
    Yes, obviously, Star-6 filter

    Originally posted by thoa_rs
    a bit underexposed.
    Originally posted by RedDevil7
    yeah. dat 2...
    Is it? any other opinions? Personally I think it is just nice? I afraid that it will be overexposure because of the bright lights! (3 bright light sources). Anyway to solve this?

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    the thing is the lights r very bright n nice. but the outline of the buildings cannot b seen. structures r not defined. unless yr main purpose is 2 achieve bright lights as the only focus point.

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    Originally posted by RedDevil7
    the thing is the lights r very bright n nice. but the outline of the buildings cannot b seen. structures r not defined. unless yr main purpose is 2 achieve bright lights as the only focus point.
    Ok, will take note in the future. Any idea how to solve this problem? I encounter few picters that have this kind of problem also because of the hightlight.

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    This one has potential but the colors are just too off IMHO. Reminds me of my ex Coolpix 775 nightshot pics.

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    Originally posted by 007
    Ok, will take note in the future. Any idea how to solve this problem? I encounter few picters that have this kind of problem also because of the hightlight.
    try 2 use as small an aperture as possible. then experiment with the shutter exposure timing 2 get the best result.

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    Originally posted by RedDevil7
    try 2 use as small an aperture as possible. then experiment with the shutter exposure timing 2 get the best result.
    Oh, yeah! I remember now, I set the aperture too small liao. Thanks for reminding me. No wonderlah.......
    I smart smart use small aperture dunno for what? normally I won't do that one.....

    thanks a lot.
    Last edited by 007; 25th March 2003 at 09:32 PM.

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