Lonley Swingset

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  1. THORHAMMER

    THORHAMMER TPF Noob!

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  2. plentygood

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    I'm seriously starting to hate you*. I don't know how you get such great colors. :(

    *=sarcasm
     
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    Battou No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Hummm, Why haven't I thought about that, I got onna dem in me back yard.

    On a more serious note. What did you use for a light source in the sand below the swings? with as low as it is I almost think vehicle headlights but something is telling me no at the same time.

    Also, Was it as foggy out that night as it looks?
     
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    ok... let me see... ark night... am set to F-1.8-2, Exposure 1/40 to 1/100 and ISO 100-200!!! how corect m I??/

    NICE SHOT!!!
     
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    hahaha plentygood, sorry !! :sexywink:
    thanks for the compliment !

    Battou - the light is totally natural. Its the light in the park, stays on at night
    I was lucky to find it

    yes anuragbhateja you are correct, though its clearly visible in the picture exif. (I dont know of you looked or not)
     

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