Taken with my lil P&S...CC please?

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  1. alabama1980

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    Not bad at all for a p&s i think
     
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    Yeah, I'd say it really is pretty good for a p&s. Pretty sharp and low on noise, hard to achieve with a p&s when it comes to nightshots.
     
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    You're more of an artist than I am.

    The camera, of course, does not produce the photograph. The photographer does. The only thing that the camera does is provide limitations for the photographer to overcome.
     
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    Yep it's a snapsot of a bridge at night with a P+S.
     
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    Hey......... that place looks familiar. Where in Alabama are you located? Gadsden?

    Nice photo for a p&s.
     
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    That's kind of how I felt. The technical quality is very good from a point and shoot but something about the composition really bugs me, and I can't even figure out what. There's a lot of green stuff in the lower left 1/4 that really isn't adding anything, for starters.
     
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    If you look at the bridge and the base of the threes you can see that the picture is not straight. I think that this explains a bit of the ackwardness of the picture. Not a bad picture though....
     
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    yip, gadsden, AL!
     
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    what settings did you use for this shot, if I may ask?
     
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    HA! that's funny. I saw that bridge and I knew it looked familiar. Then I saw your name and realized you were here in the home state. :mrgreen:

    Anyway, didn't I just see another thread where you've upgraded to an SLR? If so, that will help a lot with these types of photos.
     
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    Used a tripod, of course, and self timer to avoid camera shake.

    f/8, ISO 80, 30 sec. Exp.
     

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