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    press SET? no?

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    press SET? no?
    gives u liveview.

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    Press "DISP" button

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    Hi guys, today i went for my virgin night shots and i found that i still cannot compose a picture well. Out of 30+ photos only 4 so-so. Can you guys take a look and tell me whats wrong?

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/bernutz/
    Just some thoughts here:

    Rolling Wheel: The idea of the slow shutter to make the wheel "ghost" like rolling is pretty good. However, need to take note of your camera tilting. The flyer seems like falling to the right.

    Moon Flyer: I don't really get the idea of the shot. By reading the title, I know you are trying to express the Moon and the Flyer but this shot fails to convince me. You need to think about how to compose the shot on the next attempt .

    Merlion: Whites on the Merlion overexposed on some areas. Picture too tight.

    Away from Flyer: Car lights are too untidy. Too much cropping. You may need to take a few more shots to get better lights and composition. What shutter speed are you using?

    Shoot more .

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    Quote Originally Posted by rphotography View Post
    hmm...anyone noes hw to turn off our lcd panel? tried going thru the menus only found 1 to turn it off when we look thru the viewfinder.
    There's a button above the left side of the screen which you can manually press to turn off the display.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rphotography View Post
    hmm...anyone noes hw to turn off our lcd panel? tried going thru the menus only found 1 to turn it off when we look thru the viewfinder.
    just simply press the display button to turn off the LCD panel.
    I think that it is stated inside the manual.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubedo View Post
    Hi guys, today i went for my virgin night shots and i found that i still cannot compose a picture well. Out of 30+ photos only 4 so-so. Can you guys take a look and tell me whats wrong?

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/bernutz/
    Composition takes time and experience. It's about how you can first see or visualize even before you snap a picture.

    What we see in terms of lens' focal length is about 35mm.

    Night photography is also about your subjects. Trail lights will be nice if all are in one direction with a mix of colours. Motion blur on certain subjects work but in this case not the flyer.

    A good way to learn and fasten your compositing skills is to look at the Photo Galleries section. I learnt a lot from there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NovJoe View Post
    Just some thoughts here:

    Rolling Wheel: The idea of the slow shutter to make the wheel "ghost" like rolling is pretty good. However, need to take note of your camera tilting. The flyer seems like falling to the right.

    Moon Flyer: I don't really get the idea of the shot. By reading the title, I know you are trying to express the Moon and the Flyer but this shot fails to convince me. You need to think about how to compose the shot on the next attempt .

    Merlion: Whites on the Merlion overexposed on some areas. Picture too tight.

    Away from Flyer: Car lights are too untidy. Too much cropping. You may need to take a few more shots to get better lights and composition. What shutter speed are you using?

    Shoot more .
    Thanks for your comments.

    Yah the rolling wheel was kinda like rolling to the right. I took a few shots at that angel but it all came out that way.. I wonder why.

    I wanted to write moon & flyer. But i key in wrongly and was lazy to change haha :x.

    The merlion was kinda sad.. It took a few photos and they looked not too shabby on the viewfinder but when i got home. I realized that they were overexposed.

    As for the last one, the shutter speed used was 20secs

    I think i keep forgetting to think of what i want to express before i take a shot. Still got lots to learn man

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanG View Post
    Composition takes time and experience. It's about how you can first see or visualize even before you snap a picture.

    What we see in terms of lens' focal length is about 35mm.

    Night photography is also about your subjects. Trail lights will be nice if all are in one direction with a mix of colours. Motion blur on certain subjects work but in this case not the flyer.

    A good way to learn and fasten your compositing skills is to look at the Photo Galleries section. I learnt a lot from there.
    Ok thanks for the advise!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleveninth View Post
    btw why would u associate my lightings with macro?
    just a wild guess. seems to be wrong.. .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubedo View Post
    Ok thanks for the advise!
    No prob. Look forward to the Punggol trip. It will be a test of compositing again. =)

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    Press "DISP" button
    cool thanks!!
    i was scrolling thru every function ha...

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    scud jots down notes in his notepad.


    Quote Originally Posted by NovJoe View Post
    Just some thoughts here:

    Rolling Wheel: The idea of the slow shutter to make the wheel "ghost" like rolling is pretty good. However, need to take note of your camera tilting. The flyer seems like falling to the right.

    Moon Flyer: I don't really get the idea of the shot. By reading the title, I know you are trying to express the Moon and the Flyer but this shot fails to convince me. You need to think about how to compose the shot on the next attempt .

    Merlion: Whites on the Merlion overexposed on some areas. Picture too tight.

    Away from Flyer: Car lights are too untidy. Too much cropping. You may need to take a few more shots to get better lights and composition. What shutter speed are you using?

    Shoot more .
    Quote Originally Posted by RyanG View Post
    Composition takes time and experience. It's about how you can first see or visualize even before you snap a picture.

    What we see in terms of lens' focal length is about 35mm.

    Night photography is also about your subjects. Trail lights will be nice if all are in one direction with a mix of colours. Motion blur on certain subjects work but in this case not the flyer.

    A good way to learn and fasten your compositing skills is to look at the Photo Galleries section. I learnt a lot from there.

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    Learning from each other.

    Anything to impart from your side?

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    Learning from each other.

    Anything to impart from your side?
    errrr,... how abt long shutter during wedding? with a rear sync?

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    errrr,... how abt long shutter during wedding? with a rear sync?
    Woo. That's something interesting.

    How to go about doing it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanG View Post
    No prob. Look forward to the Punggol trip. It will be a test of compositing again. =)
    Too bad i can't join you guys for that. Gotta work on tuesday

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanG View Post
    Woo. That's something interesting.

    How to go about doing it?
    in M mode, set to f8, shutter at 1s, ISO800. flash set at rear sync.
    this method normally used during food presentation (the 1st course).

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    Quote Originally Posted by scud View Post
    in M mode, set to f8, shutter at 1s, ISO800. flash set at rear sync.
    this method normally used during food presentation (the 1st course).
    wouldn't the pic be blurry without tripod?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubedo View Post
    Ok thanks for the advise!
    nite shoot not easy de...

    start from scratch first...

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