1st time with night exposure

Discussion in 'Photo Hut' started by pitpok, Jan 4, 2010.

  1. pitpok

    pitpok Well-Known Member

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    After being inspired by arronshore I decided to try my luck with night exposure...as usual criticisms are welcome. It will only help me improve.
    I know I know...I need photobucket but I just have not gotten around to it but I should be doing soon
    Enjoy,
    Andrew
    http://www.photoshop.com/accounts/39d2ace687fb4e3eb5eb5b6c946e989f/px-assets/06d00d3d48614b49a89da1200664e626
    http://www.photoshop.com/accounts/39d2ace687fb4e3eb5eb5b6c946e989f/px-assets/7142a51d2064428488cc81d1f544f2be
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  2. snooknreds2

    snooknreds2 Well-Known Member

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    I especially like number 3.
    good job and jeep up the work. Did you use a tripod?
     

  3. pitpok

    pitpok Well-Known Member

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    I did use a tripod but got a little artsy with the last one. I had a hard time choosing an aperture and ISO...any suggestions.  If i get this I feel that I could find the right shutter speed.. 
     
  4. Weedy

    Weedy Well-Known Member

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    I've been wanting to do this for awhile, just haven't got off my butt to do it. I want to try and get a fire truck/ambulance and or police car with the different color lights. Cool pics
     
  5. aaronshore

    aaronshore Well-Known Member

    Hey man. Nice job. I wont get too technical or critical here since its your first time. Be careful of doing timed exposures when its windy. Looks like wind or movement in #2. Either way, you did a great job. I think your settings were pretty good. IMHO #1 is the best photo.