SAMSUNG HMX- H100
Hi everyone !
Thanks for coming !
We are lucky to have great looking clouds last evening !
I am sure everyone have some great captures as well. Do share your works.
Ya, mine is slightly above cheapo (but still cheapo). Cost me $40 USD when I bought it in California when I was still living there. It was a Velbon and it was on Sale!!
Last edited by daredevil123; 23rd August 2009 at 04:31 PM.
One more from this session:
I am looking to upgrade my tripod, but economy sucks, cannot anyhow spend.
Great to meet the guys who came. Yes, have a great time. Learn some new tips as well for newbie like myself.
I go start a "Night Photography at Marina Barrage" thread at photo gallery. Those guys who are there last night, do share your captured shoots/works.
Agree with daredevil , getting a stable tripod is more important than getting a better lens as we always F-stop down to F8-F11 to get optimal sharpness
kit lens is good enough for long exposure shots especially for Nikon. I am seeing options to buy ND, GND and good tripod too.
I also realised I need ND and GND to get the correct exposure during the shoot at marina barrage. Trying to get shots like daredevil but realised it is either under-expose on the foreground or over-exposure on the sky
Pictures taken with kit lens =)
Last edited by RedSuns85; 23rd August 2009 at 07:41 PM.
Last edited by daredevil123; 24th August 2009 at 01:07 PM.
Don't take pictures like mine la. I am not that good. Take pictures like the seniors and the pros. BTW I saw your flickr photos. Your pictures are awesome!
For ND and GND filters, I recommend the Cokin P system or if you want to save a little money, you can get Tianya also (which is much like a copy of Cokin). I do find some flaws and unevenness on Tianya GND or ND filters. So if you do Tianya, better open up and check piece by piece.
Last edited by daredevil123; 24th August 2009 at 01:17 PM.
haha, your pictures are pro enough ! Thanks for the Tips on Tianya and Cokin P system.
your pics looks good and pro as well.
Share your photos taken that evening in the photo gallery I created --