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    My 1st night scene shots

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    At last, manage to start shooting some night scenes with Canon 30D. Pls feel free to give me some comments. Will be posting more pictures later.




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    William,
    Looked exactly like a postcard, very beautiful
    But why the 2nd picture with the lights dimmed down?
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    Thanks Trident...Well, it is just for a different feel..Nothing much.

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    where can I buy the "Stamps"?
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    Perfect exposure!
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    Whao! Beautiful William. I'm still a noob and haven't experience any success at night photography. They're either over or under exposed after numerous tried. May you please share what type of lens, shutter speed, aperture & ISO were used to achieve such beautiful shots? Thanks.

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    very nice shot
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    Hi

    Thanks for all your valuable comments. I am also learning myself so I started to take some night shots with my colleagues.

    I am using a Canon 17-40mm lens.

    Parameters: -
    ISO125
    Shuttle speed: 20secs
    Aperture: F/10

    Most important thing is to use a tripod.

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    Quote Originally Posted by williamng View Post
    Hi

    Thanks for all your valuable comments. I am also learning myself so I started to take some night shots with my colleagues.

    I am using a Canon 17-40mm lens.

    Parameters: -
    ISO125
    Shuttle speed: 20secs
    Aperture: F/10

    Most important thing is to use a tripod.


    william, can i ask where did you take that shot.... ie where were you standing... i always do not know where to place myself when i want to shoot such scenes
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    Quote Originally Posted by williamng View Post
    I am using a Canon 17-40mm lens.

    yes can see you are using one of the wide angle short zooms as the lights (esp the white one in the middle) has so many rays, which means the lens has odd number of blades in the aperture iris. most of canon's wide zooms have 7-blades.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasabi8888 View Post
    william, can i ask where did you take that shot.... ie where were you standing... i always do not know where to place myself when i want to shoot such scenes
    let me guess..the bridge at one fullerton?

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    Yup, zoombee is correct. I took the picture from the bridge outside one fullerton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by williamng View Post
    Yup, zoombee is correct. I took the picture from the bridge outside one fullerton.
    Hi William

    is it one the same side as the Pierside but more to the left (closer to Suntec)? what time was pic taken?
    Last edited by wasabi8888; 9th Apr 2008 at 00:14.
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