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tltan

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I would appreciate any comments on this picture. Manage to sort of get the sun's reflection albeit overexpose for both. And the flare crossing each other. Wonder whether this works.



Thanks in advance.

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I think it's a nice idea, but the overall lack of detail doesn't quite work for me.
 

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I think it's a nice idea, but the overall lack of detail doesn't quite work for me.
Hi bro,

thanks for the comment. I agree with that. But I had to severely underexpose to get the sun properly and not risk burning my sensor. hehe.

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Hi bro,

thanks for the comment. I agree with that. But I had to severely underexpose to get the sun properly and not risk burning my sensor. hehe.

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tltan
Wow, sounds like ur risking ur eye and camera to do this shot..
 

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Hi bro,

thanks for the comment. I agree with that. But I had to severely underexpose to get the sun properly and not risk burning my sensor. hehe.

Regards,
tltan
Wow its a creative shot! Like the effect of the flare.:thumbsup:

Got one question to ask, sorry i'm quite new.
You said that "not risk burning my sensor." So what problems will I face if I burn my sensor? Such as how will it affect my pics... Once I pointed my cam at the evening sun, so i wonder whether there's damage done.

Thanks a lot.:)
 

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Wow its a creative shot! Like the effect of the flare.:thumbsup:

Got one question to ask, sorry i'm quite new.
You said that "not risk burning my sensor." So what problems will I face if I burn my sensor? Such as how will it affect my pics... Once I pointed my cam at the evening sun, so i wonder whether there's damage done.

Thanks a lot.:)
actually, it was not that much of creativeness. hehe. just try shooting. coz, cant really see the flare then.

As for burning sensor, I heard from someone verbally that if you expose the sensor ccd to bright source, they may be sort of lose their sensitivity or burnt. hence color might appear wierd. But then again, dont worry too much, dont think that will happen if you just point it once in a while. Unless you are shooting it all the time. evening sun is a nice orangy glow, shouldnt affect much too?

just my thoughts. maybe others can share.

Thanks,
tltan
 

adelynn88

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Thanks tltan. I learned something useful today.:)
 

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actually, it was not that much of creativeness. hehe. just try shooting. coz, cant really see the flare then.

As for burning sensor, I heard from someone verbally that if you expose the sensor ccd to bright source, they may be sort of lose their sensitivity or burnt. hence color might appear wierd. But then again, dont worry too much, dont think that will happen if you just point it once in a while. Unless you are shooting it all the time. evening sun is a nice orangy glow, shouldnt affect much too?

just my thoughts. maybe others can share.

Thanks,
tltan
This will only happen if you expose it to the sun for quite a substantial amount of time. It's quite unlikely that you'll be doing long exposures of the sun, so don't worry about it. It's unlikely. Very.
 

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This will only happen if you expose it to the sun for quite a substantial amount of time. It's quite unlikely that you'll be doing long exposures of the sun, so don't worry about it. It's unlikely. Very.
thanks. =)
 

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