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    Default Esplanade: From the other side

    Took quite a long walk to capture this, it was unfortunate that it began to drizzle soon after.


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    nice and sharp, pity the sky is dull.

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    Yeah, I think so too ... will go back again one of these day.

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    hi fred... what cam are u using?

    what settings are used for that shot? i'm using a fuji 602 and i can seems to be able to get good nite shots..

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    all your shots are very sharp.. how to obtain that??

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    Originally posted by dinomax
    all your shots are very sharp.. how to obtain that??
    do u use timer or just press the shutter to activate the cam?

    perhaps you might wish to raise the question with a sample picture in the fuji forum for advice

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    Originally posted by sebastiansong
    do u use timer or just press the shutter to activate the cam?

    perhaps you might wish to raise the question with a sample picture in the fuji forum for advice
    timer.. 3sec.. hee.. fuji forum? ah yo.. dunno wait till how long to get a reply. In fact i just want to know what kinda settings he hav.

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    Originally posted by dinomax
    all your shots are very sharp.. how to obtain that??
    use a 2sec timer, and use F11.

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    Originally posted by dinomax
    hi fred... what cam are u using?

    what settings are used for that shot? i'm using a fuji 602 and i can seems to be able to get good nite shots..
    Hi Dinomax,

    I'm using a Nikon D1X, suggest practice more loh, I'm also learning here.

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    Originally posted by dinomax
    all your shots are very sharp.. how to obtain that??
    With the camera mounted on a tripod, I used aperture of between f16 to 22.

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    Originally posted by sebastiansong
    do u use timer or just press the shutter to activate the cam?
    I press the shutter directly, will have to invest in a cable release soon.

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    hi fred.. thanks for the reply. I did use my timer.. i guess it's my settings. will practice more. thanks!

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    Originally posted by dinomax
    hi fred.. thanks for the reply. I did use my timer.. i guess it's my settings. will practice more. thanks!
    No worries ..... Happy shooting!

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