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Feel free to comment. Critiques greatly welcomed, feel free to edit or whatever you feel may make it better. All by Nikon D50, NEF format downsized to max width 600 pixels at 72 DPI, non-photoedited versions.

Listing by places, one by one..... (will take some time)
 

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Noryangjin Market

 

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Cheongryangni Canal

 

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Dongdaemun



This one have to edited becos of under-exposure. +2EV on adobe photoshop elements
 

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Tube Station (between Dongdaemun Stadium to Jonggak) can't rem which transfer station

 

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Pardon me for asking, what do the really tiny words say?
 

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Wow, i think the pics are really good. Colours turned out very nice and natural!!
 

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kaywalk said:
Pardon me for asking, what do the really tiny words say?
settings.

such as the one for noryangjin

"Korea, Seoul, Noryangjin Market,
Octopus Store

2006 Jan 01
(Theme) Fish Market
(Gear) Nikon D50, Nikkor DX AF-S D 50mm F/1.8, Hoya PL-CIR 52mm
(Perspective) High 10-50m support on wall, FL: 50mm x 1.5
(Light) indoor fluorescent, WB auto, optimize image vivid
(Exposure) AP, spot focus, ISO 1600, F/5.6, 1/8 sec, +0 EV
(Format) 12bit NEF 3008x2000, DPI 600, APSE Jpeg Q12 P5
(Editing) none"

when i've the time (never), i will write a short annotation or travel experience with each photo.
 

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Hosea said:
This is a good street shot... showing something typical at Seoul .
Keep shooting.:)
thanks. it looks better on the camera lcd but not when shown on laptop. a pity the "window" is dirty, but can't help.
 

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zoossh said:
thanks. it looks better on the camera lcd but not when shown on laptop. a pity the "window" is dirty, but can't help.
I think the dirty'window" is the actual situation and should be fine as we should
be portraying to others what we saw. I saw many of these stores when I was
there one winter night.
 

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scubasimon said:
How do you get the picture so clean? I'm curious...and very interested to learn.
what do you mean by "clean"?
 

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scubasimon said:
clean=the absence of noise....not grainy and all...
(Theme) Streets at night
(Gear) Nikon D50, Nikkor DX AF-S D 50mm F/1.8, B+W UV MRC
(Perspective) norm 10-50m tripod, EFL: 50mm x 1.5
(Light) night, WB auto, optimize image vivid
(Exposure) AP, spot focus, ISO 250, F/4, 1/30 sec, +0.7 EV
(Format) 12bit NEF 3008x2000, DPI 600, APSE Jpeg Q12 P5
(Editing) none

- Norm is what i refer to my normal standing position with relative horizontal perspective, i.e. not downwards on ground elements or upwards to a high building.

- 10-50m means the estimated distance from camera to the focal point

- EFL, my own invented term for effective focal length, x 1.5 due to nikon's partial-sized sensor

- tripod, is on gitzo G1058 and ballhead is manfrotto 190mf3

- spot focus means i put my cam as spot metering and the spot is the same with the focus point.

my iso is relatively low, and i think D50 is good at reducing noise too, maybe that's why.
will post a larger original size crop.
 

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