Night Photography

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  1. HoboSyke

    HoboSyke TPF Noob!

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    Hey HoboSyke

    My wife and I agree - Very nice shots.

    Like them all, except maybe the last one.

    All shot on that sony ????

    even more impressive. Did you do any noise filtering ???


    Hanno
     
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    very nice, i love night shots, these are very clear and sharp good work!
     
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    Good exposures all of them. The 4th and 5th really grabs attention due to how well the trees, rocks, sky and stars are exposed, not sure how you did it, but I really like it.
     
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    Definitely please post some info on these shots IE: Camera Model, Exposure/Shutter settings etc....

    They are Awesome!!



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  6. HoboSyke

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    Yep, all those shots were taken on my Sony Cybershot DSCF707 Digital. Its 4 years old now and im thinking of upgrading to a Canon 20D soon.

    As for exposures/shutter settings.

    They were taken on about f.2 and between 10 and 20 seconds exposure - ISO 100.
     
  7. HoboSyke

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    All my shots are straight of the camera and unmolsted by photoshop.:mrgreen:
     
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    I knew I recognised that place! LKast time I was there was about 3 years ago, and we had to arrive at 5am to go on a Deep-Sea fishing boat from this wharf..

    Beautiful shots, very impressive!
     
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    You should go back, its a nice place. TY.
     
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    It's amazing how different things can look at night isn't it? Just take those rocks in number five for example. They have to be my favourite out of the series. Well done.
     
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    Thanks for the positive feedback guys.
     
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    Image #5 has that '3D' effect to it and I like the way how the wall leads your eyes down the beach. :)
     

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