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  1. song2006

    song2006 TPF Noob!

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    i like them but they are missing alot, can you share with me what i need to adjust on my camera to get the right shot. THANKS

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    all are welcome to comment. :)
     
  2. song2006

    song2006 TPF Noob!

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    you are welcome to edit them:thumbup: ... i would love to see what others can do to fix this up.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Hmmm :scratch: I am not sure they offer a lot to work with ... they are both pretty dark and already quite noisy as they are.
    Do you have a tripod?
    If so, you can work with longer exposures while still using a considerably low ISO to avoid the noise. If not, you might consider resting your camera on some kind of support, a wall, a bag, something firm so you can use longer exposures and not get camera shake. And if you feel pressing the shutter would still give you too much of a shake, then you can put the camera on timer and have it release the shutter all by itself after those 10 seconds --- which is advisable for all sorts of long exposures.

    I see that the sky was nice!
    Asking to have its photo taken!
     
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    song2006 TPF Noob!

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    thanks.:) yes, there wasnt much room for play here as you stated but i had no idea how to correct it. but you gave me some great tips and ill have to try them... i so need to get a tripod. :(
     
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    Here's my take on it. I adjusted the curves in photoshop and then ran it through neatimage:
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    WOW! thats what i wanted it to look like. very nice, thanks :)
     
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    Would maybe cropping some of the darkness at the bottom of the photo help at all?
     
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    cheyanne i feel the shot is balanced correctly. but hopefully there will be someone to answer your question that has the experience to answer based on experience rather than me because i just like it. :D
     

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