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    Newbie shot..
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    seems like abit blur..
    wat cam u using?

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    Kampong, I'm using Ixus S330

    Can give some suggestions on setting to improve sharpness?

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    Blurrish may be....i took the shot at ard 9pm by hand. Got slight difficulty in getting it focus.

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    Originally posted by Zeke
    Blurrish may be....i took the shot at ard 9pm by hand. Got slight difficulty in getting it focus.
    it turns out blur cos u didn't use a tripod
    try using a tripod when taking night shots

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    seems like alot of ppl here stay near mi

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    If you're serious into night photography, a tripod is a definite must.

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    Originally posted by lefei

    it turns out blur cos u didn't use a tripod
    try using a tripod when taking night shots
    Alrite. Tks for the advice.

    Anything else?

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    Originally posted by Kit
    If you're serious into night photography, a tripod is a definite must.
    Ok. Tks.

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    Default Re: Amateur night shot

    Originally posted by Zeke


    Newbie shot..
    Critiques and comments most welcome.
    isn't this the hdb building. hehe. since so many pple stay nearby, we shld go to the o/h bridge between toa payoh garden n jln rajah

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    Originally posted by MaGixShOe
    seems like alot of ppl here stay near mi
    Seems like you stay near me

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    Originally posted by kristlbel


    isn't this the hdb building. hehe. since so many pple stay nearby, we shld go to the o/h bridge between toa payoh garden n jln rajah
    i stay at jln rajah!!

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    Originally posted by Zeke


    Alrite. Tks for the advice.

    Anything else?
    Added with my experience ( a newbie ) the difference for with and without tripod is very significant.... ..

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    Yes... tripod... definately (arrRrrggg I broke mine and haven't got the dough to get a new one~)

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    hey Flare! long time no see

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    What is the ISO setting, shutter speed and f-stop? The image is quite noisy.

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    Originally posted by maddog
    What is the ISO setting, shutter speed and f-stop? The image is quite noisy.
    This one is set to ISO400. The rest can't remember...

    Noisy ??? Ermm....how do u consider that?? I only heard two 'clicks'....

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    Originally posted by Zeke


    This one is set to ISO400. The rest can't remember...

    Noisy ??? Ermm....how do u consider that?? I only heard two 'clicks'....
    Not noise as in sound.
    Go here to find out what noise means:
    Noise

    Basically its the spots that appear in an image. For digital cameras, when the exposure is long and/or when the ISO settings is high, the image is more susceptible to noise.

    I suggest you use a viewer such as ACDSEE to view images. From this viewer, you can view properties of the image like ISO, exposure, f-stop. All camera settings are captured in the image. You just need a tool to get it.

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    Originally posted by MaGixShOe
    i stay at jln rajah!!
    I stay quite near too...

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    Originally posted by maddog


    Not noise as in sound.
    Go here to find out what noise means:
    Noise

    Basically its the spots that appear in an image. For digital cameras, when the exposure is long and/or when the ISO settings is high, the image is more susceptible to noise.

    I suggest you use a viewer such as ACDSEE to view images. From this viewer, you can view properties of the image like ISO, exposure, f-stop. All camera settings are captured in the image. You just need a tool to get it.
    Oops... Pls excuse me, I'm really newbie on this but gettin to hook on it liao...

    I'll try the ACDSEE viewer, tks md.

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