A&P Night shots with the 300d *PICS*

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  1. SpiderOnTheFloor

    SpiderOnTheFloor New Member

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    I am not too happy with them in all honesty...but I don't really know what the problem is...any input would be appreciated
     
  2. Dogz

    Dogz interior crocodile moderator

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    I love the first one but id maybe crop it so as you cant see the corner of the building

    2nd one try using quicker shutter speed ?

    3rd I likes :big grin:

    4th the branches kinds break up the daffodils too much but its a great example of colour differences
     
  3. Gr00v3

    Gr00v3 Drifting Em0 Kid*

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    1st and 3rd are underexposed
    2nd is overexposed
    4th is a good exposure from what i can tell, but it's boring.

    i'm not trying to be a jerk, i'm being honest. Try doing some far night shots like city skylines and whatnot. Generally, nightshots aren't really great with close-up stuff like with what you're trying to get. save those for the day.
     
  4. How do you get the boarder on there? I do mine manually in Photoshop I know you gotta have a easier method...... :x:
     
  5. SpiderOnTheFloor

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    stroke in photoshop...i dont know any other way
     

  6. huuh?
     

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