VICTORIA B.C NIGHT SHOOT

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  1. nomad

    nomad TPF Noob!

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    Hi all some shots of my local area ... had to climb a bridge to get these one so hope you enjoy at the expence of my neck..hah :D



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    I will have to go back with a tripod on a clear night because it is so bloody hard to hold a camera still for 8 sec... oh well thx for looking
     
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    Nice work. I did a 30 second night shot and it ain't half as good. Even on a damn tripod it blurred (stoopid wind is all I can think). Congratz. Really like the last 2.
     
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    You held it that still for eight seconds!? How!?!?!? :shock:
     
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    I'm impressed with your steady hands!
     
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    Great shots. I would really like to see #3 with a tripod.

    Rules out coffee or narcotic withdrawls :lol: :lol:
     
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    Welcome to the forum yo!

    Nice photos, I too am impressed with your steady hands. My favorite would have to be the bridge shot! I'm a sucker for bridges and architectural shots :)
    Just some advice, you may want to post smaller versions of your images just so people with smaller monitors can take in the whole picture at once. It is kind of hard to get a feel for an image when you have to scroll back and forth to see it all. Also it will be nicer for our dialup users to view the images when they don't take so long to download. I usually keep mine around 640x480 or even 800x600 from time to time...

    Thanks for sharing and welcome to the crazy place! You'll learn lots and have fun doing it!


    Zach :D
     
  7. nomad

    nomad TPF Noob!

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    aggiezach... Ill keep the picture size in mind for the next time I post .

    Picksure... haha well I did not have a "Timys" double double in my hand but the narcotic withdrawls are a constant heh.

    2Stupid2Duck, ferny,Trig,...thanx for you response.. A BEER TO ALL

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    Great night shots! I've never gotten mine that sharp on such a long exposure. I think my best is 4 secs. I'll try a tripod next time.

    I like the third the most :)
     

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