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    Originally posted by MaGixShOe
    oh then i must have misread it
    Must be my odd way of using the language thats making you blur.

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    Originally posted by MaGixShOe
    got some day shots in the other theard
    but sucky coz i didnt see properly then take
    will try to get some better ones up
    dont worry and take your time to master the camera. Down in this part of the forums, most of us are newbies to being with.

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    Originally posted by MaGixShOe
    ........... i dun get watbaby means
    street lights ARE orange in colour rite?

    What I meant was it looked too orange...made the overall picture look too orange...as if it's the only colour that is visible.
    Saw your day shot pictures. The two pictures with kittens are cute. Just work on keeping a good grip on your camera and dun be too shaky. It comes with practice.

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    yeah orange is the only colour of the lights visible
    street lights and HBD lights are all orange
    at least thats wat i see from here

    shaky hands how to cure?

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    Originally posted by MaGixShOe
    shaky hands how to cure?
    use a t-r-i-p-o-d or something like a rest or platform.

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    Originally posted by IamJeFfy

    use a t-r-i-p-o-d or something like a rest or platform.
    no lah
    i mean without any support

    got some ppl can take nite shots damm clear
    w/o support from tripod

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    Originally posted by MaGixShOe
    no lah
    i mean without any support

    got some ppl can take nite shots damm clear
    w/o support from tripod
    dont think that's possible unless you can hold the camera as steady as using a tripod.

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    Originally posted by IamJeFfy

    dont think that's possible unless you can hold the camera as steady as using a tripod.
    really!! i saw some pics posted here
    ntie shots w/o tripod

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    is this a joke?

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    First have to define the night shots... hee hee... lets say its a significantly long exposure. Good long exposures are usually are shot with tripod or some form of a stable platform.... Its not possible for normal people like you and me to hand hold without support for even a 1/8s for that matter 1/16 second without any form of softness or shake induced blurness even at 35mm or 28mm.... But resizing can make a picture looks sharper...

    Pic up a 200mm camera... and look at yourself shake... Its obvious even when you are just looking through the view finder...

    But well, unless you are using a very fast film an in a very well lit area, you'll need a tripod...
    Last edited by Flare; 28th April 2002 at 10:22 AM.

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    why fast film with still need tripod?

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    A fast film just reduce the exposure required... If its still very dark, you may still need a tripod... But generally a slow film is better for night shots if a tripod can be used...

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    okie...
    wat is ISO about?
    i found out my cam is only ISO 100
    canot go to others one......

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    okie thanx
    means my cam canot take nite shots well oso partly due to the inablity to adjust the ISO level?

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    In a sense... yes... if you can use a higher ISO, you may be able to properly expose the shot, though it'll be noisy...

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    noisy is like got dots all over when zoomed in?

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    Yap...noisy picture will look like it has many dots on it...and it's going to be blur. Happens usually to pictures that is very dark and we use a high ISO or when we zoom in too much...like using digital zoom...cos I tried using digital zoom and zoom in all the way to maximum...the picture is not very nice cos it's very noisy and blur.
    Correct me if I'm wrong...cos I'm really a beginner at all these...hehe...I hope I remember correctly.

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    You're most welcomed pretty lady

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