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Last glimpsed of Esplanade for the year 2008


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Your shots are very sharp and bright. I love the color too. What equipment and setting did you use? Pls share.

Happy New Year too you!!!
 

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Your shots are very sharp and bright. I love the color too. What equipment and setting did you use? Pls share.

Hi,I'm using Nikon D90 with setting quite unusual.Aperture is the biggest opening(f-3.5) so I can have shorter time of 5 seconds exposure.Thanks for the comments.
 

startrails

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hmm i have something similar.. but i think i cannot match your sharpness.. i wonder..

is yours HDR processed?



happy new yr! (abit too late tho)
 

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hmm i have something similar.. but i think i cannot match your sharpness.. i wonder..

is yours HDR processed?

"No,I don't know and I don't have software to do that.I wish I have.Everything is of unedited Jpeg file straight from the camera."
 

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ReiszRie

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i believe the photos has gone through post-processing, not that its a bad thing though.
 

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I can understand why D90 is so popular now.

Are you using a kit lens or something higher end?
"I'm using kit lens only.This is my first DSLR and have it only for more than 1 month.Also clueless what is good and bad about lenses."
 

shmuckerz

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i believe the photos has gone through post-processing, not that its a bad thing though.
TS said its straight from camera...
but, if u compare his pictures to the other persons similar pictures, his picture has a blueish color, possibly a filter? :)

very nice pictures!
quite like the blue tinge
 

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TS said its straight from camera...
but, if u compare his pictures to the other persons similar pictures, his picture has a blueish color, possibly a filter? :)

very nice pictures!
quite like the blue tinge
Thanks shmuckerz


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dni423

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TS said its straight from camera...
but, if u compare his pictures to the other persons similar pictures, his picture has a blueish color, possibly a filter? :)

very nice pictures!
quite like the blue tinge

nikons can really give a blueish tint if you set your white balance to tungsten :)
 

TroyP

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nikons can really give a blueish tint if you set your white balance to tungsten :)
My Nikon D90 doesnt have Tungsten...

Auto
Incandescent
Fluorescent
Direct sunlight
Flash
Cloudy
Shade
Choose color temp.
Preset manual
 

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