Wandering around at night

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  1. THORHAMMER

    THORHAMMER TPF Noob!

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    just wandering around some old buildings 10pm at night with the 28-75 lens
    NOT the lens for handheld night work, but I enjoy the challenge...
    this was across the street from where I live. ...a rare find for me to be close to home

    if you dont see all 5, just hit refresh... ive been having issues...


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  2. MrMatthieu

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    Hello,

    1st and 2nd I like, the geometry is interesting
    1st: Too much Noise for me, ISO 3200 :shock: Waouuuhhh . But I see from your Exifs that you did your best

    Mat
     
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    i like the grain in that shot.
     
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    1,2,3 are great :)
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Sometimes I mind noise a little, sometimes I don't.
    Here I don't mind it.
    It does not show that much in the letters which are in focus and brightest, but shows more as the photo is also blurred more, and I think the two effects go hand in hand... looks good to me.

    I am also very fond of the idea for Photo 3. It would have been perfect, had there been a little more light in the "recessed stripes" (don't know how else to call it) of the shadow part and a little more shadows in those on the lit part...
     
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    Two and five are great. Love the colours on 5 but the texture of 2 makes it the pick of the bunch (imho) :thumbup:
     
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    I like two the most. I think I'd like it even better if one spot was in focus, while the second was out of focus. this would create some depth?

    looking at the series, one easily sees: simple objects can provide some very nice pictures.

    Danny
     
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    Very Nice, Love the last one!
     
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    thanks for the feedback !!!

    I am really enjoying finding the little things, everywhere I go,

    now im taking my camera literally almost everywhere I go... Im sure ill be having security run-ins soon
     

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