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goodcase

Skywalk by Union Station.

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hahaha, wow..in soo dumb. I thought "now why can there bee any sweet picture places like this near burlington"and then read your caption...and i was there saturday night.

Thats a sweet piture though

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Dejon

hahaha, wow..in soo dumb. I thought "now why can there bee any sweet picture places like this near burlington"and then read your caption...and i was there saturday night.

Thats a sweet piture though

Thanks. It's really nice place to shoot.

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saxondale.

Is photography your job oddity? or just a side thing?

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Dejon

I'm attending Creative Photography at college right now. I'm too scared to think what it will become of it.

Here's the link to the Higher resolution. Clicky

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goodcase

leaf.jpg

be honest please..tell me what you think of this.

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=Priest

Honestly, a little bit cliched.. but beside that its good..

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accesser

Took my camera to the city tonight the old building with blue lights is the casino it was raining to it was a constant battle with the rain many of my shots has rain on the lens.

JasonDecemberBrisbane2006_0212.JPG

JasonDecemberBrisbane2006_0221.JPG

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blobblob

Great picture oddity.

Here's a couple taken mountain biking in Southampton, my first time using the camera so they're not perfect.

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snyper
Here's a couple taken mountain biking in Southampton

no2's nice. (Y)

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Xtremist
Taken on early Friday morning, an HDR composition with 5 exposures. More info and higher res photo here:

http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/44027610/

dude pleas post a tutoial on how you go about doing the exposures and then doing the hdr composition i followed the tuts on page 2 an i get nothing like you

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metro

dude pleas post a tutoial on how you go about doing the exposures and then doing the hdr composition i followed the tuts on page 2 an i get nothing like you

I can't really go into detail on how to gather the exposures... Honestly that part is really up to you and the camera. You need at least 3 exposures, in different f/stops such as -2, 0, +2. It does take time and practice to get the hang of things with both taking the pictures and doing the merging/tonemapping. I only post the good ones and there are plenty of bad ones that didn't turn out well.

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accesser

Yeah kit lens with a tripod and a wired remote to release the shutter I experimented with TV and AV mode during the night I think I also used cloudy white balance.

http://members.iinet.com.au/~jasimjen/Jaso...ne2006_0212.JPG 5 sec TV

http://members.iinet.com.au/~jasimjen/Jaso...ne2006_0221.JPG AV mode 1/1.7 sec

All the exif data is still in my images if you want to look

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p858snake

Took my camera to the city tonight the old building with blue lights is the casino it was raining to it was a constant battle with the rain many of my shots has rain on the lens.

Which casino??

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accesser

Which casino??

Treasury casino keep walking down the end of the queen street mall cross the road and there is normally this guy playing on these weird high-pitched drum things

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Xtremist

quick question, what is AV and TV mode? and do nikon D50s support this, what difference does it make to your image?

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AthemeX

Please correct me if i'm wrong, but I believe that

Tv means Timed Value, changing this value will change the time that the mirror will be kept open so the photo chip receives more light, the larger the value the longer the lens will stay opened

Av means Aperture Value, changing this value will change the size of the lens this has also got to do with the amount of light the photo chip receives.

I believe Nikon D50 has those funcions though it has a different name?

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accesser

That?s right yep my understanding of it is:

TV you select the shutter speed or the time the shutter is open and the camera will select the Aperture Value.

AV you select the aperture value and the camera will select the shutter speed

Manual you do both

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raider360

Mine: :blush:

At_home_by_raideronline.jpg

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Xtremist

ah i see yea the dial with A,M,P,S yea i knew what these were i just got confused i thought it was something different, just another name i guess

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accesser

Your best bet is to just experiment heaps then download them and look at the EXIF data to see what settings you used you will get the hang of it after a while.

What do you like taking pics of

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+Dick Montage

Again I want to state that I am blown away by what people contribute here. I would love to upgrade from my crappy Fuzi Zoom and get to somewhere like you guys are :)

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