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Old Jun 22, 2011, 4:19 PM   #11
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Have to agree #2, but #3 a close runner up. Good color in the first

Do you have many failures when you take these, a blurred picture or too dark or light... just interested
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Old Jun 22, 2011, 7:43 PM   #12
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Have to agree #2, but #3 a close runner up. Good color in the first

Do you have many failures when you take these, a blurred picture or too dark or light... just interested
Not many blurred, since I started using the little denim rice-filled bag as a camera support. I use the 2-second timer and the camera stays totally still no problem.

A few too dark or light, but I'm getting fairly used to the night-time exposures so I'm generally just taking one or two shots of each scene.

The main issue I have is light artefacts. The shots out the windows can look great on the LCD but when you get home and look at them they have awful reflections in them. Also I've had some nasty streaks of light in other shots, mainly when I've left the UV filter on. Phil's advice about taking that off for the night shots is good
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Super series of night shots. I wish we got 20 degrees C during the day in the SUMMER!
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Super series of night shots. I wish we got 20 degrees C during the day in the SUMMER!
LoL, 2 years ago we got to 35 C in the winter a couple of times - it caused havoc in the garden!
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