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This is a discussion on Peace Bridge within the Critiques forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; Excellent job this time you improved so much from the first try....

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    Excellent job this time you improved so much from the first try.
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    Wonderful! I think #2 is the winner here. That's the one I'd use.
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    Wow ... you've gone from total throw aways to contest entrants in a single effort. Nice work.

    What made the difference? What did you do differently that created such a drastic improvement?

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    I took the advice of the knowledgeable members of this forum which helped me greatly. I started by using my remote shutter release to cut down on vibration with camera on tripod and used a 5.6f to 4f aperture with a 4 sec shutter speed. I concentrated on focusing on parts of the bridge with the most detail and wasn't too concerned with the depth of field at night.

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    wonderful images!

    good luck and let us know how you do

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