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    My version of the Esplanade.


    Not much PS except the borders.
    changed the colour temperature of the cam to achieve the blueish tint.
    Pls give me some comments.
    Last edited by CupNoodle; 10th May 2004 at 09:53 AM.

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    Wow how do you achieve that effect surrounding the moon?

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    Er... dirty lens filter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ST1100
    Er... dirty lens filter?
    no its ot...basically this is a long exposure shot...the funny thing at the moon are just moving clouds

    Get such things often when you do longer exposures and your clouds are moving.

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    yeah its actually long exposure. and the clouds are moving.
    i think the lens was alittle dirty.. to the right of the moon can see alittle blot of something.. hmmm.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by CupNoodle
    yeah its actually long exposure. and the clouds are moving.
    i think the lens was alittle dirty.. to the right of the moon can see alittle blot of something.. hmmm.....
    might be a star though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by djork
    might be a star though.
    haha sorry on the left of the moon... ah this dark patch.. hmmm....
    i think the bright dot on the right of the moon is a star...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CupNoodle
    haha sorry on the left of the moon... ah this dark patch.. hmmm....
    i think the bright dot on the right of the moon is a star...
    interesting effect from the clouds!

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