Night Photography... with a 50 yr old tripod!

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  1. Harmony

    Harmony TPF Noob!

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    Didn't turn out too bad.

    ...... I think.

    What do you all think?

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    (the second image appears soft because it was resized in photobucket. the one in my computer is crystal clear.)
     
  2. nealjpage

    nealjpage multi format master in a film geek package

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    I use an old Kodak Cinemascope tripod from the 1920s that I got for $2 at an antique store. Sure, it doesn't have all the fun things that modern tripods have, but it holds the camera steady, which is really all I need.

    Sorry, got side-tracked. Yes, your tripod held the camera still for you. :thumbup:
     
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    Looks like it did the job!

    How about a pic of the tripod?
     
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    very dark..
     
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    Thanks everyone!

    @sirsteezo - yes, they are dark. it wasn't that dark in real life, so i bumped up the contrast..... ALOT
     

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