pictures from last night in boston - first attempt w/ long exposures - C&C

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  1. theregoesjb

    theregoesjb TPF Noob!

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    went out last night and took these, first time i did any long exposure night shots.

    any comments on framing choices (or even cropping ides), subject, or technique... or anything else you got?

    A guy who saw me mentioned turning the ISO up a bit (i was keeping it at 100) saying that he finds even just going up to 200 or 400 would grab a lot more detail. I had assumed that with the long exposures then the ISO should just stay as low as i can keep it.

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    church by justinbin84, on Flickr

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    street light by justinbin84, on Flickr

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    traffic1 by justinbin84, on Flickr

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    traffic2 by justinbin84, on Flickr


     
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  2. theregoesjb

    theregoesjb TPF Noob!

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    nothing at all with 80+ views? if you think they're boring please say so...

    heres one more


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    trees n traffic by justinbin84, on Flickr
     
  3. Austin Greene

    Austin Greene Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Think you've got some slanting horizons in #2 ;)

    Otherwise not a bad start!
     
  4. bogeyguy

    bogeyguy No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I like 1 & 5. No. 2, forget the slants. I was trying to visualize no.1 with a tighter crop side to side, seems a bit busy but you captured the ?church? nicely. Just a bit of a tilt to it.
     
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    I love taking sick yellow street lights and turning them a nice pretty white!
     

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