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Old Jun 20, 2011, 1:14 PM   #1
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Default Some Night Shots by HS20EXR

Just playing around with my tripod in my apartment and taken these shots at night.

All are taken in Program Auto mode, ISO 100.

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Another one of the entrance. This one is cropped.
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This one of some greenery...
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seem to be good to me.. Is it in EXR mode..???
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seem to be good to me.. Is it in EXR mode..???
No, not in EXR but in P mode.

ISO 100
Image Size - M 4:3
Image Quality - Fine
Dynamic Range - AUTO
Film Sim - Velvia
Sharpness - Hard
Noise - LOW
Color - MID
Tone - Hard
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camera does a good job at night.. but more than that..its the apartments... that's attractive..hehe.. nice place....sir.
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The main parts of the photos are great. The only issue I se is, is the lights, they come off as a bit harsh to me. Not a pro here and I just got my HS20 yesterday......Just4clix
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The main parts of the photos are great. The only issue I see is, is the lights, they come off as a bit harsh to me. Not a pro here and I just got my HS20 yesterday......Just4clix
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Thanks a lot everyone, your suggestions and comments will keep me taking great pictures.
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