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November 2008 - Photo assignment 1 - Low light - natural or un-natural

This is a discussion on November 2008 - Photo assignment 1 - Low light - natural or un-natural within the Photo assignments forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; [QUOTE=Elle;7402]Ok this is my attempt - it is taken from inside behind a window of the moon /QUOTE] Elle - ...

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    [QUOTE=Elle;7402]Ok this is my attempt - it is taken from inside behind a window of the moon
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    Elle - I think you did a really nice job on exposure. I like the color as well. May be a bit of work on the focus though.

    PK - love it!

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    Default Cloud falls over Banff

    We spent a couple nights in Banff last week. There were broken clouds and a 3/4 moon. I sure could have used a tripod. I set my camera on the roof of a buiding and rolled up gloves. Setting were f9, 143 sec exposure, ISO 500 and 28 mm. I wanted a realy long exposure so the clouds would move (like water falls) however I got a lot of noise and the shot looked like daylight before I adjusted it in PS. Any advice on night shooting?

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    Nice shot WD - and congrats!!!! If this were my shot I may have cropped/moved the oxygen unless you deliberately wanted it in the shot.
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    wd - love it! love the expression of this new little soul!

    ejc - what i really like about this shot is that you had an idea in mind of what you wanted prior to hitting the shutter. the cable release and tripods can come later... the thought process is priceless.


    I think that if you would have used a longer shutter speed, higher fstop number and 100 iso, you could have sharpened it up a bit... those choices would certainly require the use of a tripod and release.

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    Thanks for the tips Tomorrowstreasures. When I got home from this trip I found a nice tripod & head on Kijiji.ca. I'll use the shutter delay until I get a remote release.

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    Default Toronto at night

    This one I took from my back yard some time back.
    It was January snow less nights, I tried to highlight the moon but I think I over exposed it a little.
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    thanks guys.....marko , and yes marko i wanted those things in the shot , i thought it would add to the feel of the overall situation at the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aophoto View Post
    This one I took from my back yard some time back.
    It was January snow less nights, I tried to highlight the moon but I think I over exposed it a little.
    Nice capture!

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    PK--I love how the light makes his eyes light up. The fact that its not everyday candle and candle stick holder makes the photograph interesting to me.
    Good Job

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