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    If I can remember correctly, the place is Taiwan, Camera D30, dual exposure and PS was used for combination.
    how far am I from that standard, wondering...

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    wah....What time was it?
    We are HDD of PC & FT are MB add to storage;
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    Originally posted by kamwai
    wah....What time was it?
    it's tiger time



    BTW , the shoot seem like overexposed ....
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    Originally posted by kamwai
    wah....What time was it?
    Very good question!!!
    one was taken just before sunset, so that the buildings are visible and the clouds are bright.
    second shot was taken just after the sunset so that all the lights are lit.

    U need a strong tripod to hold the camera still for these minutes.

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    please please , credit should be given if these photo does belong to you. if you don't know who is the photographer, don't post.


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    zhoufang,

    If you found this picture on a website, you can provide a link to that website instead of directly linking the image.

    I know you are not trying to post this as your own work, as you have stated clearly in your post that it is not. However, this amy still be enough to get you in trouble if you do not have permission from the owner of the photograph to re-post it here.

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    Originally posted by zhoufang


    Very good question!!!
    one was taken just before sunset, so that the buildings are visible and the clouds are bright.
    second shot was taken just after the sunset so that all the lights are lit.

    U need a strong tripod to hold the camera still for these minutes.
    hmm...normal DC can do that?
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    Originally posted by kamwai


    hmm...normal DC can do that?
    problem is shutter can't be opened for minutes on most "normal" digicams.
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    Overexpose but nice.. !
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    Originally posted by mpenza


    problem is shutter can't be opened for minutes on most "normal" digicams.
    wah...need such a long exposure?
    my F707 max shutter is 30 second...but bright enough even at almost complete darkness without flash
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    Originally posted by mpenza


    problem is shutter can't be opened for minutes on most "normal" digicams.
    this is two shots taken 30min or so apart, the shutter is not that long.

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    Originally posted by zhoufang


    this is two shots taken 30min or so apart, the shutter is not that long.
    i think he over sharpen it...dun u think so?
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    Originally posted by roygoh
    zhoufang,

    If you found this picture on a website, you can provide a link to that website instead of directly linking the image.

    I know you are not trying to post this as your own work, as you have stated clearly in your post that it is not. However, this amy still be enough to get you in trouble if you do not have permission from the owner of the photograph to re-post it here.

    Thanks.

    Roy
    This was taken by some amateur just like u and me.
    The pic was posted on the dcview.com.tw 's forum, the taiwan ver of clubsnap. (much larger)

    These pics are normally stored on some free webspace, and after a few months I really can't remember where's the origin.

    Ir will be better if I can mention the photographer's name, but I can't remember that.

    Last point, I have nothing to say if I will be sued.

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