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    Default My 1st Night Shoot...

    Taken tonight with Olympus C2040Z...


    Exposure time 1/20
    FNumber F2.0
    ISO 100
    Edit using Instant Fix from CAMEDIA Master Ver 2.5
    Original Image:
    http://www.imagestation.com/picture/...7.jpg.orig.jpg


    Exposure time 1
    FNumber F2.0
    ISO 100
    No Editing
    Original Image:
    http://www.imagestation.com/picture/...5.jpg.orig.jpg


    Exposure time 1
    FNumber F2.0
    ISO 100
    Edit using Instant Fix from CAMEDIA Master Ver 2.5
    Original Image:
    http://www.imagestation.com/picture/...f.jpg.orig.jpg


    What/how should I improve?
    Comments please?...
    Thank You!
    Last edited by Prime; 6th May 2002 at 01:28 AM.

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    Not bad...keep up the good work.

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    post the settings would be better for commenting


    did u take the shot during weekend ? .... try to take it during the weekday so tt there are more office lighting ..
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    Originally posted by megaweb
    post the settings would be better for commenting


    did u take the shot during weekend ? .... try to take it during the weekday so tt there are more office lighting ..
    Yes, I took them on Sunday.
    Right, din thought of the office lights before.
    Will try again on weekday.
    Thanks!

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    Nice Pics!

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    Originally posted by Jayan
    Not bad...keep up the good work.
    Originally posted by kylelam77
    Nice Pics!
    Thanks!

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    Very nice! Now, here is a shot of mine, taken at the same location, on Sunday as well....

    Prime, what time were you there?



    Kindly comment.
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    Hi Wolfgang,
    I'm there from 5+ till 7+
    But went for 1/2 hour dinner in between...

    For your photo, you zoom in alot?

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    Originally posted by Prime
    Hi Wolfgang,
    I'm there from 5+ till 7+
    But went for 1/2 hour dinner in between...

    For your photo, you zoom in alot?
    Hi Prime, were you there with a friend when you took this picture?

    And yes, i zoomed it quite a fair bit.
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    Originally posted by Wolfgang


    Hi Prime, were you there with a friend when you took this picture?

    And yes, i zoomed it quite a fair bit.
    No, I'm alone...

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    Originally posted by Prime


    No, I'm alone...
    Hmmm.... ok. Where were you?

    Did you see a group of 4 trudging around with tripods and equipment?
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    Originally posted by Wolfgang


    Hmmm.... ok. Where were you?

    Did you see a group of 4 trudging around with tripods and equipment?
    Oh, I move around...
    View block by the coconut tree so got to move around to find a suitable spot.
    Finally settled infront of the SIA sculpture.

    No, din see many people on Sunday...
    Thought I'm the only one moving around with tripod...

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    Default My 2nd try today (06/05/2002)...

    My 2nd try today (06/05/2002)...


    Exposure time 4 sec
    FNumber F4.0
    ISO 100
    Edit using Instant Fix from CAMEDIA Master Ver 2.5
    Original Image:
    http://www.imagestation.com/picture/...2.jpg.orig.jpg


    What/how should I improve?
    Comments please?...
    Thank You!

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    Default My 1st Panorama...


    Using The Panorama Factory V2.4
    Original Image:
    http://www.imagestation.com/picture/...4.jpg.orig.jpg

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    Default Re: My 2nd try today (06/05/2002)...

    Looks much better!

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    Thank You Jayan!

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    Default My 3rd try using Star Filter...

    My 3rd try using Star Filter...


    Exposure time 1 sec
    FNumber F2.0
    ISO 100
    Edit using Instant Fix from CAMEDIA Master Ver 2.5
    Original Image:
    http://www.imagestation.com/picture/...a.jpg.orig.jpg


    Exposure time 5 sec
    FNumber F2.0
    ISO 100
    Edit using Instant Fix from CAMEDIA Master Ver 2.5
    Original Image:
    http://www.imagestation.com/picture/...7.jpg.orig.jpg


    What/how should I improve?
    Comments please?...
    Thank You!

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    My personal opinion.......................

    LOOSE THAT BLOODY STAR FILTER!!!!

    Otherwise, good night shots.

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    Default Re: My 3rd try using Star Filter...

    Originally posted by Prime
    My 3rd try using Star Filter...


    Exposure time 1 sec
    FNumber F2.0
    ISO 100
    Edit using Instant Fix from CAMEDIA Master Ver 2.5
    Original Image:
    http://www.imagestation.com/picture/...a.jpg.orig.jpg


    Exposure time 5 sec
    FNumber F2.0
    ISO 100
    Edit using Instant Fix from CAMEDIA Master Ver 2.5
    Original Image:
    http://www.imagestation.com/picture/...7.jpg.orig.jpg


    What/how should I improve?
    Comments please?...
    Thank You!
    Seems to me that the 1st pic is slightly underexposed (can't really see the outline of the buildings) and the 2nd quite overexposed (fullerton became a white patch). Maybe f/2 at 2s would be good...

    Oh btw, I don't think he is using a star filter... I think the starburst effect is caused by the small aperture of the dc.

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    Read his post again...............

    "My 3rd try using Star Filter... "

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