Shot in the Dark

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  1. rebelnotarget

    rebelnotarget TPF Noob!

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    Went out last night (first time shooting at night) and here are a couple. C & C of any kind welcome.







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  2. 250Gimp

    250Gimp TPF Noob!

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    Nice pics.

    Did you use a filter to get the lights to have the point on them?
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Wow, you did super-well, Krista! That first one of the bridge impresses me to the max! Coolest.

    Did Richard tell you to use a SMALL aperture and LONG exposure for the starry-light-effect?

    For that is the trick, 250Gimp: when you shoot at night, use a SMALL aperture (i.e. high number, such as f16 or f22) and long exposures with the camera firmly resting on a tripod (of course).
     
  4. rebelnotarget

    rebelnotarget TPF Noob!

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    Thank you guys.
    250gimp - i used a tripod with f10 and 30 sec exposure.

    Lafoto - yes Richard was with me (how else am i going to learn all this stuff) he should be posting some soon i would think.
     
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    I really like the first one, good eye.
     

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