Night shots in my neighbourhood...


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Mankul

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This is the first time I post my night shots here....
I need some comments.... are my night shots ok?
I've set my Gain to +2.0 and my exposure compensation to +2 on my Canon S10.

I'm a newbie so please be gentle :D

Guess which neighbourhood is this :p



 

Klause

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BEDOK RESERVOIR VIEW! RIGHT??!

Haha.. COS i live here too! ;p Which blk you stay? hehe
 

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Originally posted by Klause
BEDOK RESERVOIR VIEW! RIGHT??!

Haha.. COS i live here too! ;p Which blk you stay? hehe
ya lar ya lar....
blk...hehehehehe

what expensive digicam you have? then can touch touch :D

eh nobody comment on the pics leh.... my night shots ok or not??!!!
 

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Hehe.. using EOS50E and C700uz .. Want to meet and chat? ;p

PM me ur HP, I'm at blk 771. Can sms me 94784518 also ;p
 

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ur last pic not bad =)
 

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Originally posted by Klause
Hehe.. using EOS50E and C700uz .. Want to meet and chat? ;p

PM me ur HP, I'm at blk 771. Can sms me 94784518 also ;p
I 775 :p

shy lah :embrass: dowan lah... :p
 

eadwine

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but it would be nice if u focus on the block and its lights...
 

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hmmm mankul.. try going on the top floor of ur building and take the landscape from there..

itll be a nice night shot landscape pic.. sometime i go bedok to do that.. just hold ur camera tightly else u'll see a DC falling.

i like the first pic though. :D
 

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I kinda like the 1st pic. But trying using a star-six filter and it will make your street lamps appear nicer. ;)
 

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Originally posted by Mankul


perspective tilt @@@@ what's that? can briefly explain?
Looking at your pictures. Do you see the buildings are either tilting to the photographers right or tilting backwards? This is where perspective control kicks in. Its is pretty difficult to correct this with your Canon, but no harm trying. If still cannot, then I would suggest you choose another spot instead. Sometimes going closer to individual buildings and shoot upwards can surprise you. You don't have to include everything to make an image look good.
 

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I am a S10 user and I found it limited in taking night shots. It's quite hard to get good night shots even with a tripod. But the fun out it cannot be replaced by anything else, right?
 

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