OMG did Dana shoot picture at night? NO WAY!!!

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  1. ThcGunSmoke

    ThcGunSmoke TPF Noob!

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    yes, i did something i dont usually do! prolly the only reson i dont do it is cuz of my camera! a point and shoot no lense no nothing with crap flash just isnt fun :lol:

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    9.WOha didnt notice my watter mark in there twice!! its not a great photo anyways so im going to leave it
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    out 80 pics this is what turned out! god im a noob when it comes to night photography:thumbdown:

    ill have to start doing it more offten

    enjoy

    thx
    Dana*
     
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    Seems pretty good for a P&S....I liked the angle you picked for #2, but I think #3's my fav.
     
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    ThcGunSmoke TPF Noob!

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    hehe that was the only way i could fit it in the frame:lol:

    i need a better cam:(
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Well, sad as I may feel to say so: night photos only work without a flash, I think. Even point-and-shoot cameras should have a button/icon on a little programme ring for long exposures, and the next time you go out at night, you should rest the camera on something firm, being aimed at something lit, and then you do a long exposure without flash. How's that for an idea?
     
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    Dana, get a d50, they be cheap:wink:
     
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    JamesD Between darkrooms

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    Get a Rebel XT, they're cheaper!
     
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    pentax right now is probably the cheapest of the dslr
     
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    D50's are readily available for 500, sometimes less

    I was unaware digital rebels were that cheap, are they?

    Ehhh, thats a tough one then, if the rebel is cheaper, go for it. I know you have moneh dana
     

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