Train tracks (night shot)

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  1. Icicle

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    How does this one work for you all?
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    thank you for looking
     
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    not bad, good job[​IMG]
     
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    Very cool, how long of an exposure? Also I noticed that the horizon seems to be tipped to the right slightly
     
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    I didn't level it out tried to fix it in photoshop the best I could.

    as far as the stats of the picture here we go:
    Lens 50 mm
    Shutter 1/3 sec.
    Apature f/3.2
    ISO 1600
    Expossure comp. +2 steps

    5/22/2009 10:32 P.M.
     
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    Could use some postprocessing in the sky to get rid of the noise. Otherwise not bad.
     
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    just a small comment on how you've made this photo: with night photography it's best to use a very slow shutter (between 5 and 30 seconds for example, depending on the amount of light) combined with small aperture and low iso (100). that way you get more in focus (because of the small aperture) and no noise. because that last thing is clearly the case here.
     

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