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Old Jun 4, 2011, 8:53 AM   #1
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Of course after the sun had gone, I had to go and experiment with the light trails again. Now if you liked the contrast of the old village, then I can't get much older than this world famous monument for you. Please, please do leave feedback. I think I'm getting the hang of it, but other peoples views always help ......... you cant say I aint trying heeeeee
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Looks like your getting the hang of it. They look good to me.
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Great job Dyane. I like them all but specialy the first series because the color on sky

The old village looks great and seems to be a good subject fot "postcard" photos
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Another great series, my choice is #4 of the first group, wonderfull sky colors in all of that group
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Wow, OUTSTANDING series! These are just breathtaking. The colors and detail are simply amazing! I would expect to see these in a travel magazine. I'm waiting for Harry Potter to fly out on a broom!
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Very nice. That is one fatastic looking building at night.

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Amazing lowlight series, great shoots DyaneG congrats!!!
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Hi Stumprat and thanks for your encouragment.

Settings were:- Manual Mode, ISO 80, f8 and in order 13, 15, 20, 25, seconds and the last 2 light trail shots both at 15 secs.

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Looks like your getting the hang of it. They look good to me.
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Hi Everyone, thank you tons and tons for taking the time to look and give me feedback. It is so great to know that I'm improving bit by bit, and I'm really chuffed that you liked the series and the setting. Hope you are all having great weekends with your cameras
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