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Old Feb 24, 2006, 5:57 AM   #1
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The third one is very nice. #1 & #2 are also nice but slightly tilted.

What settings did you use to shoot these?

One suggestion: you may want to re-size your photos (specifically, make them a bit smaller) so that people won't have to scroll up or across to see the whole image. This is especially helpful if you want some technical advice.

Keep shooting & posting!
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The third one is very nice.¬* #1 & #2 are also nice but slightly tilted.

What settings did you use to shoot these?

One suggestion: you may want to re-size¬* your photos (specifically, make them a bit smaller) so that people won't have to scroll up or across to see the whole image.¬* This is especially helpful if you want some technical advice.

Keep shooting & posting!
Scroll? Sitting behind a widescreen 26", fits perfect!
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For the 2nd and 3rd I used a tripod, I tried various setting combinations including manual aperture setting andlong exposure (less then 1 second).

Regarding the tilt, I find it difficult to shoot straight with the FZ, maybe I should use the grid display more often.
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PetroL:

Some of us mere mortals are using 15" screens (at work) and 17" screens (at home). I can only dream of something like a 26" screen. Shoot, my TV is only 27"!:-?:-?

Ilan:
Your exposures look pretty good and you were right to us the tripod. I was just curious.
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Fantastic shots. Those night shots are really great.
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