Night Photos

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  1. chantal7

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    Well, most of these I'm not a huge fan of how they turned out, especially some with the composition. But I just took them for fun anyway. Some of them I actually put effort into, though - :lmao:.

    Discuss whatever you'd like :D

    1. My favourite one
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    2. My second Favourite (not sure if i like the one with the tree in it better or not)
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    3. The one with the tree in the photo, on the right side
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    8. Just for fun, checking out what the casino lights would look like in a night photo.
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    nice shots! #1 is my favorite too but #6 also looks great hmm even though it looks like its leaning to the right again so are #4 and 5.

    #2 looks quite charming lol i mean with the lampposts and flowers :) you know I think small cities may not be as glamorous and busy during the night but they are charming and interesting in their own ways I guess
     
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    Yeah, it's leaning, again... my tripod was not on level ground. Here in Canada we don't know how to make level cement. lol.
     
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    lmao so there were either holes everywhere or the ground was tilting lol well at least you got a tripod course when I took my night pics I didnt have the luxury to use one :greenpbl: lol but of course I got a better lens which helped quite a lot ;)
     
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    Great work.
     
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    Thanks.

    @ Hobbes - The ground was tilting, we're not as bad as holes in the ground - lol.
     
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    haha wth lol well I sure hope you Canadians aren't as bad as all the holes in the ground over there course I have seen some roads in really bad condition when I was visiting lmao jk
     
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    gotta get the focus and leveling down, its hard to look at them without getting dizzy.
     
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    I'm not sure what you mean?
     
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    I should have elaborated, sounded little gruff,

    the focus looks off, but it may be a weird downscaling thing photobucket does but the leveling is really making me dizzy when I look at them, I think its the extreme light flare combined that makes it worse.
     
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    Hmm.... possibly... Is there another website to upload it at and compare? Maybe it is photobucket. I'm not sure what I could have done differently to fix that...

    Oh, and maybe it's my camera. I have to take it down to get it fixed for some shutter problems (I think it's a shutter problem) Sometimes it works well for me, though. Maybe it's a little gimped in the focus too. ><
     
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    I think he is right the focus is kinda off in a few of them. did you use MF or AF? My camera has difficulty focusing in the dark sometimes so I had to use manual focus but it also could have been the shutter problem on your camera as you said
     

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