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Old Jan 23, 2006, 11:03 AM   #1
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These three were taken tonight up at Kings Park in Perth. All shot were taken on bulb setting and I set the WB set to Tungsten to give it a different look. No other touching up has been done other than a run through by Neat Noise at 50% noise reduction.

What do you think??
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Old Jan 23, 2006, 11:06 AM   #2
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Old Jan 23, 2006, 11:10 AM   #3
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all nice but the last one really made it worthwhile.
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I agree with robar, they are all "nice" but the last one is fantastic. I won't be trying this tonight, -12C degrees is a little too cold for my new camera:?.

Keep up the good work.

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My girlfriends father did all the lighting there
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Are you talking about the coloured up lights at the base of each tree, they are great.

But they weren't on last night and the light is mainly ambient light and some from headlights of passing cars. I must admit I did some painting with my torch (flashlight) at the top of the trees on the first two shots.

Thanks for the feedback. Still getting used to the camera and playing with all the settings, it is amazing how many shots you can take to find the best pics and how much time flies when you are doing it.

I was up there at Kings Park for 4 hours and it felt like 1. heaps of tourists and locals because it was so warm. :blah:

Ira, don't forget to brush the snow off your boots when you come in tonight :lol:
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Raining tonight dude, and thunderstorms forecast. This summer is retarded, hey!

Should get down to the foreshore hopefully get some shots hitting the buildings.
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Wow!!!
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a nice set of photos

particularly the last one

i like the stars in the sky

these look promising for the skyshow tomorrow night







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