Rochester night shot in and out of focus (feedback welcome!)

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  1. cpelsy2k1

    cpelsy2k1 TPF Noob!

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    Hey Everyone,

    I took these three shots last week when i was out in the city at night. I messed around with getting the shot out of focus and i am wondering if anyone other than me finds the out of focus shots interesting, or if you have any tips for making interesting backdrops that are out of focus. Thanks for your help! (BTW if the first shot looks really similar to a shot from skiboarder72 thats because we were shooting together when we shot these photos!)

    This is the picture in focus
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    Shot with Canon EOS 30D at 2008-01-19

    Pretty much same shot out of focus
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    Shot with Canon EOS 30D at 2008-01-19

    Very similar shot again only with rail on bridge in focus
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    Shot with Canon EOS 30D at 2008-01-19
     
  2. skiboarder72

    skiboarder72 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    i do like the 2nd one, they all seem somewhat underexposed though... now that you figured out how to use that today it might not be a problem in the future
     
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    Night shots are always hard. You may want to try to do a re-shoot.
     

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