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Old May 19, 2011, 11:01 AM   #11
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Wow, these are just fantastic. The colors are rich, images are sharp and well composed. Congrats!
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Old May 19, 2011, 11:46 AM   #12
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Thanks....and I'm amazed that for a non DSLR these are the OOTC results
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Hi XHassan - I cant really give you any advice on these night/low light shots as I have not braved this aspect of photography yet. You are a much braver person than me I'm thinking of giving it a go tomorrow after work, but I need to pick a good spot as the roads are quiet around where I live - so not very interesting. Keep practising, experimenting and enjoying yourself.
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Thanks Dyane. Any suggestions?
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Hi Again XHassan

One of the Australian guys on here has taken some really excellent night shots. His name on the site is BackyardPermaculture. He has done a series called FZ40 - Brisbane Night Outing. Click on his name below and send him and email for advice. His stuff is seriously well cool. I'm sure he will help you out.
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One of the Australian guys on here has taken some really excellent night shots. His name on the site is BackyardPermaculture. He has done a series called FZ40 - Brisbane Night Outing. Click on his name below and send him and email for advice. His stuff is seriously well cool. I'm sure he will help you out.
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Thanks a lot Dyane
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