Watertower and moon

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  1. Woosey

    Woosey TPF Noob!

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    so how did you get that?

    the full moon is always super bright for me and i need to use at least f/4 and 1/125 to get a non washed out picture when its shining bright, but for a building like that you sometimes need 6 or more seconds of exposure.
    so how did you get the moon and building both exposed pretty well?
    enlighten me.
    and cool picture
     
  3. David A

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    Probably done for resizing the pictures...but this could be a possibility...

    My guess is the ligthing that is being projected on the building.

    "Software: Adobe Photoshop 7.0"
     
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    Very cool. NIce shot.
     
  5. Woosey

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    the building lights are indeed being projected, it just came out like that! took quite a few of that scene on different settings as i thought i was such a nice scene
     

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