Fire in the Sky

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  1. ClarkKent

    ClarkKent TPF Noob!

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    This picture was something of the sort of me trying something new in shooting in the dark. I found it very difficult in trying to shoot this with all the lights flashing...it was making the meter in the camera do some goofy stuff. So how did I do?

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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    The bottom part is way overexposed, but you know that yourself, no need to point that out.
    I personally would be unable to do so, but some here know how to merge two photos of the same scene, taken at two different exposures, into one, so that both parts, sky and ground, look balanced. That would mean, however, that you HAVE two photos of the same scene with two different exposure times - do you?

    I do understand that you hardly saw what you were photographing, but looking at your result, I do miss the tires of the fire engines. They look cut off by mistake (which I assume is exactly what happened). Makes the photo incomplete...
     

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