Thailand City View (View from Baiyoke Sky Hotel)

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    had 2 months holiday from uni
    i went to bangkok, thailand with my family
    and shot couple of photos
    these are my two favorite photos from Thailand :

    1.) Daylight View
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    2.) Night View
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    feel free to give comments and critiques !

    if you have a flickr account dont mind to come by to mine and leave your feedback there
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    The top one, with the rays of light is spectacular if only more sky could have been included!
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    you're right ! i should have taken the picture with more sky, thanks for the comment !
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    I like the 2nd, when I was in Bangkok I got carried away with the social life and camera spent most of the time in the hotel safe, when it did come out social life was still no 1 priority, so photo's were as good as wet toilet paper......beer was great though!
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    I noticed in your flickr page you like to use "LO1" for your iso setting quite often. Do you know you may be losing some dynamic range by doing that?
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    haha, i totally agree ! i did some arrangement before going to thailand, arrangement for the 'social life' days and the 'taking photo' days

    true, i use the lowest ISO (which is L1.0) for most of my photos but i have no clue that i will lose some dynamic range, could you explain about it a a little bit more ?


    anyway, thanks guys for the comment ! appreciate it !
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    yumm... i love thai food. :love:
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    The first shot is incredible, I love it. Those rays look awesome. I love when people post pictures like this on here, it makes me want to get out and do some shooting.

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