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    Default Shooting Star


    edited by jk1881, on Flickr

    1. In what area is critique to be sought?
    trying to capture the spot light

    2. What one hopes to achieve with the piece of work?
    getting the right exposures

    3. Under what circumstance is the picture taken? (physical conditions/emotions)
    cool weather around 9pm


    4. What the critique seeker personally thinks of the picture
    personally i like the shot but somehow i think something is missg

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    Overexposed !

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    Default Re: Shooting Star

    Agree with biskandar in post #2. Telltale signs are the wordings on the buildings can't be read.

    Maybe different timing of the evening, like dusk, may help? Just a suggestion.

    Cheers!
    A picture a day keeps the blues away!

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    Default Re: Shooting Star

    Quote Originally Posted by dingaroo View Post
    Agree with biskandar in post #2. Telltale signs are the wordings on the buildings can't be read.

    Maybe different timing of the evening, like dusk, may help? Just a suggestion.

    Cheers!
    hmm. overexposed, or large contrast between brightness and darks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by allenleonhart

    hmm. overexposed, or large contrast between brightness and darks?
    Overexposed.

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    thanks everyone!
    so i need to tune the F?

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    Do I see a bit of shake as well? I can't be sure, picture's a bit small.

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    the photo was taken on tripod maybe got wind hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by jk1881 View Post
    the photo was taken on tripod maybe got wind hahaha
    Was the wind strong? Or was it a flimsy tripod? Cos I do see a little motion blur as well.

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    its very windy that night

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    get a sturdier tripod

    and it's overexposed. it's not only the f number u can change. you can also change the shutter speed and iso. learn how to play with your settings.

    also, understand that by changing any parameter, you'll get a different result.

    one more thing is the composition. i would think it would look nicer with the reflections of the lights on the water.

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