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  1. Corvphotography

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    What does it usually take to get the shots like #3 without getting a bunch of noise and over-saturation on the areas that do have light?
     
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    #2 is cool, kind of tells the big city story right in the photograph. Nice work
     
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    f/6.3, 4, ISO 100
     
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    One- you need a LOW ISO. You shouldn't hand-hold a shot like this because a long shutter speed gets you the light streaks. Then your aperture is just for DOF or small adjustments to how bright or dark you need a few of the areas to be.

    These kinds of shots need a tripod though becasuse you're looking at 1 - 3 seconds as a shutter speed, maybe longer maybe shorter. The ISO being low will minimize the noise and the tripod keeps it all steady.
     
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    I really like #2. Do you have the color version?
     
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    you def need a tripod for all those shots. i had a long exposure. and yes i do have the color version. ill have to show you tomorrow. sorry.
     
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    I like 1 and 2.
    1 because you were daring and applied a effect to your photo
    and 2 because it tells a story imo
     
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    I don't like the gas station one...but I totally love the others :)
     
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    thanks alot guys and girls!! i figured you guys were gonna hate em. idk why but im glad ya dont. I was just bored, driving around town, it was like 9ish.
     

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