Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by nate_mcnasty, Apr 12, 2009.
i just wanna no what you think
use a higher F number instead of higher iso and put it on a tripod, that way it'll be a real night shot, sharp, better lighting and much more..
This will also give you a nice starburst from bright lights. I personally think the pic is slightly too bright also.
ok thanks. what f stop is most appropriate for night shots? i did use a tripod but i must have shook it moving or somethin
I try and shoot mine around f11- f16. Depending on the light, usually a 15-30 sec exposure.
If you are using a tripod, look into a remote release or use the 2 second shutter timer. Sometimes, just pressing the button is enough to set off some vibrations.
You can see some of them here http://www.thephotoforum.com/forum/...y-first-night-photo-attempt-old-montreal.html
2nd on the 2 second timer. This helped me
What was your ISO. It looks grainy to me. Set your ISO to 100 or so. and keep your shutter speed as fast at you can. It may still take afew seconds but keep it as short at you can.
low ISO, high F, and long shutter speed. and just patience... -___-
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