A nightly building picture

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  1. Harpper

    Harpper TPF Noob!

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    I was on my way home when I saw this building, but the problem was that I forgot my tripod. I decided to try and take a picture anyway handheld at 0.5 seconds. I think it turned out decent enough, but I'll let you guys be the judge.

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    Turned out amazing :)
     
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    Very crisp shot :) I love the dark blue sky contrasted with the orange glow from the tower.
     
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    Great contrasting colors in the shot.
     
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    I love the lighting.
     
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    BEAUTIFUL..........
     
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    Who says we need tripods! Great shot!
     
  8. Harpper

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    Thanks everyone. I appreciate all the nice comments. :D

    I wish I didn't forget mine though. Out of the 30 or so pictures I took, this one was the one with the least camera shake. ;)
     
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    Amazing job for that time period. Congrats!

    I wouldn't count myself so lucky next time. Tripods rule the earth. :wink: Well, for us photo-geeks anyway. :p
     
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    heard a trick about minimizing camera shake when you don't have a tripod... if you have a multiple shot setting on your camera... use it... apparently the first picture is usually bad because the camera moves slightly when you hit the button, but by the time you hit the 2nd or 3rd, you're pretty still.

    just random tips
     
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    Lol...yeah, I've found them somewhat useful. ;) Thanks for commenting terri.

    Thanks for the tip. I'll be sure to keep that in mind if I ever forget my tripod again. :D
     

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