Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Lae, Oct 19, 2006.
My first work... View from my window
Hiya Lae, nice to see your first work on here.
So that is what you see when you look out your window at night?
Interesting to see that you are starting out with nighttime photography!
That is something I only started to do when I had decades of photographing things on my shoulders already ...
Where did you rest the camera?
As to the photo itself ... it is leaning a bit on the dark side, it would be nice to see some more detail in the parts that look all black.
On the other hand, though, this looks like you did not use a tripod, just some rest for the camera (or did you even try to HANDHOLD this one??? :shock: ), so you possibly could not allow for a fraction of a second of longer shutter speed.
Some hints that also I only learned through this very forum:
the lights become much nicer when you use a small aperture (but will then, of course, automatically have to use such a long shutter speed that working without a tripod is no longer possible), use a longer shutter speed so you also get some detail in areas that here are all black now ... and best shoot at deep dusk when you still have some detail in the sky. OK?
ok, but this photo was captured with non-professional camera. it was Sony S600 so i think u understand why there aren't so much details...
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