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    Maiden attempt with the 5050.













    Last edited by olym5050; 1st January 2004 at 06:59 PM.

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    perhaps it's just me, but it may have been better to show the fireworks in context to the location. i mean, just the fireworks alone, could have been from some other occasion altogether, you know what i mean?

    a tad overexposed, but i'm not good at it myself anyway

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    Yup , a little over exposed and couldn't frame the fireworks and bridge together from where i was standing

    Any pointers from the other experts?

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    u might want to tell us ur settings so we can help u adjust
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    too bad i dun know there would be firework on display there.
    such a spectacular one.better than te ndp.
    could only admire from cosy bay there.

    did you choose the smallest f-stop for ur apreture cos the trail seem quite "fat" from my point of view.

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    All taken with f8 6 Secs ISO 64

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    the shutter time was too long already, apparently. but there isn't a "bulb" mode on the 5050, is there?...

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    they are realli beatiful... great piece of skill there.. i like the ways the firework is been shown.

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    dun know mine C-720 can take such a nice pictures or not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sehsuan
    the shutter time was too long already, apparently. but there isn't a "bulb" mode on the 5050, is there?...
    It's not the long shutter time, it's more to do with a wide aperture used. Try stopping the aperture by 1 stop... Is f8 the limit for 5050?


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