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Old Dec 23, 2006, 11:56 PM   #1
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I didn't realize this portion of the forum existed until mark1616 suggested people could get feedback from a larger crowd than from thelimited number of viewers in the manufacturer's forum.

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Afive frame pano of christmas lights. I'm still trying to find the right settings for ISO and f stops etc.

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Looks to me like you have the exposure about right for the lights, but need more light on the buildings, lawn, cars, ... Since you are not likely to be able to do that with flash or any other added illumination, the basic technique is to get the shot at the right time as the sun is setting (or rising). Since that is hard to guess, the only solution I know is to shoot several times as the sun sets.
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Thanks for the suggestion Bill. This mixing of light sources is new to me but I should give it a try.

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