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    The mrt at night...
    This is my first attempt to capture a fast moving object at night.

    What areas can i improve on or take notes for fast moving objects in the night?
    Last edited by lummy; 18th January 2008 at 03:28 PM.

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    Default Re: 2 Random pics

    PLEASE READ THE FAQs of this forum before you post.

    1 picture per time and PLEASE do a writeup on what you want critic on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zac08 View Post
    PLEASE READ THE FAQs of this forum before you post.

    1 picture per time and PLEASE do a writeup on what you want critic on.
    thanks for the reminder!
    edited my post already~
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    Pretty difficult unless you are gonna use rear sync flash to freeze it. As such, most users would do a long shutter speed and capture light trails instead.

    Also, the picture has not much other apsects to capture attention other than the simple light trail due to the underexposure of the surroundings.
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    might help if you crop the lights and just have a long picture of the track and light trail. the noise is distracting too.. hand held?

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    Default Re: The mrt at night

    You should take this picture earlier, for example just after sunset. There will be more ambient light available to see the train, yet dim enough to have a long exposure.

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    technique aside (which is horrible, looks handheld, large aperture, high iso)

    the composition is lacklustre and boring. there is no thought put into this picture. my advice generally would be to read up more on the concept of composition,i.e. the way to arrange elements within the picture. even if you are limited by equipment, fair enough.. but there is no excuse for composition, ever.

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