Night Fall

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  1. silverturtle

    silverturtle TPF Noob!

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    love the 1st one, what's the shot info man?
     
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    i love the 2nd and 3rd one..
     
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    the first one was shot at f6.3 iso100 30sec exposure.

    the rest where at varying shutters from 8 seconds to 13 seconds, in AV mode. with the 18-55 kit lens.
     
  5. TATTRAT

    TATTRAT No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    #1 is full of win! great shot!
     
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    awesome series , #1 is awesome.
     
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    Great shots, mate. :)
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    The sky looks good in all. You must have had a "nice" amount of light pollution, or so it seems. When you want to photograph stars, you hate the amount of light pollution which is about everywhere where there's western world civilisation, but here it defines the clouds nicely. Good. :D Isn't night photography fun?
     

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