first night shots!

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  1. santino

    santino TPF Noob!

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    Here are my first "traditional" night shots. Any advise?

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    Equipment: Praktica MTL 5B, Fuji Superia Xtra ISO 400.

    Any comments are welcome as always
     
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    santino TPF Noob!

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    no comments on my FIRST night shots? :(
     
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    I realy like 2 and 4, although you may want to use a lower Iso and longer exposure-time. The subjects in 1 and 3 are a bit "simple" IMHO.
     
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    advice: buy yourself a tripod :) Coz your shots are blurred :p your hands shake :p but the last one is pretty good
     
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    I used a tripod for these shots and they ain't really blurred (some of them were exposed for over 30 sec.), the one thing I don't like is the grain in these shots (I didn't develop them on glossy paper). So I think it's the bad scan. The originals ain't blurred.
     
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    Not bad for a first effort. You might try opening up the aperture and using a shorter exposure time next time. That should help with the grain.
     

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