Insomnia is good sometimes

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  1. Geronimo

    Geronimo TPF Noob!

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    Well I cant sleep so....
    Nightly Calm
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    View of the Past
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    click for larger images.
     
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    ... what focal length of lens(es) did you use, Geronimo?

    :)

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    Very very nice!
    They really appeal, at least to me anyway.
    Yeah I'd like to hear how 'twas done.
     
  4. MDowdey

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    good work!!!


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    I love shooting neon, try the posterize effect on photoshop its great with neon.
     
  6. Geronimo

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    The lens is the standard one that came with the Sony DSC-S85. It is listed at 4 or 3 mm to 50mm. I am saving to get a SRL but life interrupts that fund for now.

    The light reflection off the lake was at 7mm and the Neon Sign one was at 12mm I believe.

    Both shot off my of my tripod, both were set to ISO100 at the time of shooting.
    Nightly calm
    Aperture: F2
    Shutter: 2.5secs

    View from the Past
    Aperture: F4
    Shutter: 1/3 sec

    The lines at the top are the support for the sign at the top of the building.
     
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    Wow... I love the colors in the "View From the Past."

    What film were you using?

    Great job! I love that purple tinge.

    :p
     
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    The first one is calming indeed. Very nice night shots.
    May I ask, why 100 iso in such low light? Do you find there to be too much noise at 400?
     
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    yum. Very nice. The first is a good picture but seems to standard I guess. If beautiful scenes can ever be "passe." The 2nd though is very nice. Very original. Great angle and good exposure for the moment. Great snap and a good stock snap if it is high enough resolution.
     
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    @isouter
    it was digital

    @Conk
    I just forgot to change the setting on it.

    Thanks for the comments. I really apprecaite them.
     

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