1st Nite Shot


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drama

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Too many shots
I like #2 but it has no main subject, intresting stage & elements
 

GetMeEazy

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thanks. most of my photo came out blur dun know if it is my tripod not stable. :cry:
were you using remote or a cable release??

watch out your horizon on No.4.!

BTW, you subject misleads dude!! '1st Nite' Shot!;)

Good Job!

Cheerz
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bcad84

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were you using remote or a cable release??

watch out your horizon on No.4.!

BTW, you subject misleads dude!! '1st Nite' Shot!;)

Good Job!

Cheerz
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Jus using tripod, no cable or remote.

yup i think my no4 my tripod is not straight. And yup this my first nite shot and thanks.
 

tkbonz

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Hmm...the only reason why the tripod is shaking is due to wind.

1. Tripod's legs not firmly stabilised on the ground (due to uneven ground?)
2. Point of attachment (dunno wat it is called) of cam to tripod not secured...hence shaky
3. Tripod too light for camera

So when wind blows, the whole setup may wobble slightly. If not, keep your hands away from the camera (if you have been holding on to it all the time)

My suggestion: if possible, set the tripod lower to lower centre of gravity and make it more stable. You can also check whether you tripod is stable, if not invest in a good one for great nite photography.

Cheers!
 

#10
Another alternative if you don't mind. Get a "S" shape hook from the $1 shop to hang your camera bag somewhere at the bottom of the centre shaft of your tripod. This adds weight and stability. I've been doing this for my NDP shots of fireworks from Sheares bridge (if u know how shakey it can be when a bus runs past) and it works miracles.

Good luck

Nick;)
 

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