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Old Nov 4, 2007, 10:41 AM   #1
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[align=left]A few nights shots in the city ..trying my hand at night shots..no tripod :-)

One of the sides of City Hall.
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[align=left]Faces on the Albert clock tower.[/align]

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[align=left]The high street.[/align]

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Old Nov 4, 2007, 3:06 PM   #2
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Nice night shots Musket also clean for hand held, what shutter speed were they at
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Old Nov 4, 2007, 3:56 PM   #3
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Nice night shots Musket also clean for hand held, what shutter speed were they at
Wrists resting on a wall for the first 1/10 sec

wrapped around a traffic lightspole for the second 1/60 sec

elbows tightto mysides for the third 1/40 sec

And of course alot of throw away blured shots that night :-)

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NICE shots musket!
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Old Nov 6, 2007, 8:28 AM   #5
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Old Nov 6, 2007, 12:41 PM   #6
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Musket,I looked at these prettyimagesat least for a dozen of times, but each time I was about to drop a line, I was distracted by some 'outside authority' :lol:

It's tempting idea, indeed wandering and capturing the vividnight scenes in the city with a Fuji super ccdcompact camera such as yours! You might addmore (ten to twentyperhaps!!), some of which displaying the charming Neo Classical architecture of the City Hall
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Musket,I looked at these prettyimagesat least for a dozen of times, but each time I was about to drop a line, I was distracted by some 'outside authority' :lol:

It's tempting idea, indeed wandering and capturing the vividnight scenes in the city with a Fuji super ccdcompact camera such as yours! You might addmore (ten to twentyperhaps!!), some of which displaying the charming Neo Classical architecture of the City Hall
Thanks for the comments......I think it would takeanother night in the city

with the fuji....maybe bring my tripod the next time :-)I messed up a heck of

a lot of shots just using hand held techniques The super ccd of the fuji

and a tripod...:idea:.....who knows what I might come up with :-).............musket
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musket,

Great results from a creative mind coupled with the best compact camera ever made, the F series F10 - F31 and of course a beautiful city at night. Thanks

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Great results from a creative mind coupled with the best compact camera ever made, the F series F10 - F31 and of course a beautiful city at night. Thanks

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Thanks for commenting......the best camera is always the one you've got at the

the current time:-)................musket
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Really good shots there musket, very good exposure too.
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