Newb shots[Marina Bay area]


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Our glorious merlion

I would like to seek the opinion of you guys about the exposure, shutter wise, would it be blur???
As for photography techniques, i have used F2.7, shutter 1.6s, exposure 0.0ev, ISO 80, sharpness +

IT's under physical conditions as i want to feature the merlion under the exposure of lights and the night scenery beside it..

I feel that the picture exposed shutter is too long, as the background light seems a bit too bright...
 

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I really need you guys on the lighting and composition of it.
 

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Our glorious merlion

I would like to seek the opinion of you guys about the exposure, shutter wise, would it be blur???
As for photography techniques, i have used F2.7, shutter 1.6s, exposure 0.0ev, ISO 80, sharpness +

IT's under physical conditions as i want to feature the merlion under the exposure of lights and the night scenery beside it..

I feel that the picture exposed shutter is too long, as the background light seems a bit too bright...
Yes I think the exposure is too much, the highlights on the merlion are completely blown out, so you can't see the details in the scales or the mane anymore. However, I think you should use a smaller aperture instead to cut down on exposure, since having the slow shutter speed is good for getting the silky water effect from the merlion's spout.
 

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Yes I think the exposure is too much, the highlights on the merlion are completely blown out, so you can't see the details in the scales or the mane anymore. However, I think you should use a smaller aperture instead to cut down on exposure, since having the slow shutter speed is good for getting the silky water effect from the merlion's spout.
hm..okay, will do, will take note of that in future, thanks a lot!!!
 

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